Devil in Disguise begins with an unusual rhubarb note, green leaves, and spikes of citrus. It alternates between shafts of light and shadows, and its beautifully blended accords are mysterious enough to warrant the name. Devil in Disguise is a perfectly unisex scent with a masculine lean, and the dry down is exactly what we want to settle into at the end of a night. Notes include rhubarb leaves, ginger, magnolia, neroli, patchouli, vetiver, and musk.
Mark Buxton is the prolific perfumer behind countless creations from Comme des Garçons, Givenchy, Versace, Burberry, and more. He is a wine connoisseur, a cook, and a lover of antiques and art deco. Mark creates perfumes under his own line, combining a British chic aesthetic with classical luxury. Learn more at www.markbuxton.com.