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  • Black Amber

    $195.00

    A journey into the deep ambery core of the forest, expressing the essences of wood and amber with a darker shade.  Ruvid and warm at the same time, it gives a “greener” sensation on the skin.  The scent of nature.

    Size:  50ml/1.7 fl. oz

  • Black Vines

    $140.00

    There is nothing cold about this scent.  It’s a warm touch on the shoulder, as you are entangled in green vines of black licorice.  The spices and gentle sweetness will warm your surroundings.  The is climate change for your skin.

    Size:  100ml/3.4 fl. oz

  • Broken Theories

    $140.00

    Dark corners of a room seem to creep and reach out as the midnight clouds steal the last remaining shards of moonlight.  Memories of smoky dreams are lost within your mind.  Ruminating over the scent of mystery and nightfall, the fire you went through drifts along the air, the spices of heartache linger on the skin.  Assured, you know morning will come, the darkness will subside, and the theory that everything remains dreadful will be smashed and broken.

    Size:  100ml/3.4 fl. oz

  • Brooklyn

    $95.00

    “It’s non-stop go-go-go.  Energetic with a creative and intellectual fizz.  Power-walking to a breakfast meeting over the Brooklyn Bridge.  A lazy May afternoon in the sun at Park Slope, warmth on the skin.  Small flowers in the grass.  Fresh air.  It’s life on the sidewalk, early summer breezes, the glow from the lighting in bars and diners, bright apartments with books.  Cocktails with friends.

    It’s a musky citrus fragrance. A fresh, spicy, fizzy head, with notes of bergamot, squeezed lemon and orange juice. Incense, cardamom, ozonic notes. A floral heart, with magnolia and orris root. And a base of white woods, benzoin, amber and musks.

  • Himiko

    $155.00

    A scent inspired by the enigmatic shaman Queen Himiko of the ancient Japan, whose life was a mystery and not much has been recorded. The characters used to represent the name Himiko mean “sun child,” or “sun daughter” in archaic Japanese, and it is interesting to note that later Japanese rulers claimed to be descendants of the sun goddess. The fragrance is a sensual and carnal interpretation of a historic female icon.

    Size:  50ml/1.7 fl. oz

  • Kamakura

    $155.00

    A scent inspired by Kamakura, Japan – Kamakura is the birthplace of the samurai culture and was Japan’s capital during the Shogunate period from 1192 to 1333. Today Kamakura is popular for its cultural tourism and its beaches. A place where you could spot a surfer walking through the garden of a temple, or you may come across a Jesuit priest sitting in Zen meditation at one of the temples. Sacred and profane share the same intriguing feelings.

    Size:  50ml/1.7 fl. oz

  • Liquid Crystal

    $195.00

    Melted glass sensation, luxurious feeling on your skin. When the hot melted glass slowly but intensely changes in shape and suddenly freezes and solidifies for eternity.  A special twist is given by Absynth, Incense and Vetiver.

    Size:  50ml/1.7 fl. oz

  • Liquid Crystal Sculpture and Perfume

    $1,800.00

    Melted glass sensation, luxurious feeling on your skin. When the hot melted glass slowly but intensely changes in shape and suddenly freezes and solidifies for eternity.  A special twist is given by Absynth, Incense and Vetiver.

    SPECIAL SCULPTURE PIECE

    Size:  50ml/1.7 fl. oz

  • Sentiers de Cométes

    $175.00

    The top notes of this flirtatious fragrance are Baies Rose, Italian Mandarin, Lavender, Italian Bergamot, with hints of Carrot Seed and Cumin; coalescing into a succulent bouquet of Orange Blossoms, Lilac, Jasmine, amidst an enriched blend of Tonka Bean and Vanilla Panifolia. At the base, are exotic notes of Ambergris, Incense and Tonkin Musk, resulting in a sensation of sensually moist skin.

    Size:  100ml/3.4 fl. oz

  • Tokyo

    $95.00

    That special feeling of early morning Tokyo – the air is humid and misty. Wandering the back streets, electric cables overhead, everything is tranquil and surprisingly quiet – like being in a village with small wooden houses. The tastes of izakaya eateries, fruits, spices, wasabi – sour and sweet – a zing on your tongue. The earthy dampness of potted plants outside shrines and wooden temples. It’s refined, spiritual – sandalwood and smoky incense. A calm elegance amid the big city neon energy.”

    Tokyo is a zingy, spicy, woody fragrance. A citrusy head of yuzu and bergamot with black pepper and cardamom, electrified with a dash of wasabi. A woody heart of hinoki, cedarwood, and incense, with iris, rose and nutmeg, on a base of amber, sandalwood, patchouli and vetiver.