February 2015: Smelling in Color and Texture

By Olfactif

  • How do you describe a scent when you don’t know what’s in it? Even when you know what's in it, what if your nose can't identify the notes you read on paper? Start with this: color, texture. You don’t need the gift of synesthesia to describe smells by the colors they make you see and the textures they call to mind. In this collection, we feature a fresh, green scent that feels of velvety dandelions; a plush, silky white scent; and boozy brown scent that has the texture of an old leather book cover. 

    • Tokyo Bloom by The Different Company—A fresh, green scent that features an unusual dandelion milk accord. (You can practically feel the velvety surface of the dandelion and warm sunshine on your cheeks.)
    • Roma Imperiale by Profumi del Forte—A classic, elegant cult favorite that is white, opaque, and pillowy-plush.
    • Memoirs of a Trespasser by Imaginary Authors—Dark, rich, boozy, and addictive.
    • Features 3 fragrance samples in 2.25 ml glass vials
    • Includes enough perfume for 15 - 20 wearings in each vial
    • Presented in the Olfactif signature black slider box



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