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Inspired by photographs perfumer Christèle Jacquemin took in Okubo, Japan, an isolated hamlet in the Japanese Alps, where she stayed for a month in a traditional house converted into artists' residence. After months of frenzy, she was catapulted overnight back to France in a slowness that made her lose ground under her feet. Giving herself a moment to regroup and reflect, she then translated time and emotions into a scent that depicts the feeling of losing your bearings in a green environment from which she learned the language. With more than 90% natural ingredients, the green freshness paired with sesame and jasmine give this refreshing fragrance the greenness that it implies with floralcy and softness that truly translates the meaning of a ‘slow life’ in liquid form. .
Notes include sesame, sambac jasmine, guava leaves, spikenard, and white sandalwood.
- Christèle Jacquemin, a photographer, perfumer, and traveler, embraces life through an artistic practice. Translating images that bamboozle and scents that instantly project into a possible faraway. Learn more about Christèle Jacquemin in our BLOG.