Introducing Fleurish

Fleurish, a play on the french word fleur for flower and flourish a design embellishment used in calligraphy, is a luxurious jasmine solifleur with abundant notes of the indolic heady white floral laced with honey. The fragrance was initially one of the trials for Figure 8: Coeur de Jasmin, which some of you may have… Continue reading Introducing Fleurish

Chiaroscuro Solid October 2012

 The skyrocketing sales of solid, natural perfume during the last month has created a few shifts in the studio. One of them is creating much larger batches of each synergy. During the deluge of the feature the I sat down to make more of the synergies, one was for Chiaroscuro solid. I multiplied the formula… Continue reading Chiaroscuro Solid October 2012

A Vanilla Soliflore

I’ve re-released “Figure 10: Blanc” without the chocolate base. This is a delicious vanilla soliflore, meaning one flower in French, a term used to describe a composed perfume dominated by one single flower, such as Gardenia or Jasmine. Blanc is a botanical fragrance dominated by the scent of vanilla. For the aromatic component I am… Continue reading A Vanilla Soliflore

Les Croquers de Chocolat

The first phase of the chocolate feast for the senses has finally arrived! Sensory delights, based on the cacao fruit of South America, are now available in mini sample sizes and truffle box sets. Revered as a love elixir, among other things, these chocolate creamy unguents feel decadent and luxurious to put on the skin.… Continue reading Les Croquers de Chocolat

Layers

“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers,… Continue reading Layers