Envoutant (translates as enchanting) seems to be built after an art nouveau olfactive print, with an unexpected middle eastern influence. With an intricate and sinuous construction, resting on the natural curves of flower stems, with striking colorful whiplash lines of sharp spices, and abrupt valleys of oud and vanilla, the perfume is both reassuring and startling at the same time.
Tonkade’s red thread draws you in with a false feeling of comfort and easiness: it’s sweet, feels natural, it’s familiar.
Night is the smell of those long-lost, one-night dalliances that stay with you long after they probably should.
Whimsical yet somber, Angelo Orazio Pregoni’s Path Etique is a creature greater than the sum of all its parts.