Arquiste

EL - Eau de Parfum

Arquiste

EL - Eau de Parfum

€175.00
Description

animalic fougère December 1978, Armando’s Le Club, Acapulco, Mexico.

Nighttime at Acapulco’s sultriest disco. Revelry on the dance floor. In the heat of the moment, he smiles coyly and motions to the beach outside, hinting at a midnight swim. He unbuttons his shirt, flashing bronzed skin and the scent of his cologne, a virile muskiness loaded with patchouli, oakmoss and elegant woody notes. A masculine impression of a day under the sun, intensified by the thrill of the night.

Notes include:

Greek laurel leaves, clary sage enriched, Moroccan rosemary, Egyptian geranium, cardamom, cinnamon leaves, orange flower water, black buckwheat honey, patchouli. oakmoss, vetyvert, castoreum. civet, fougère accord.

Developed with Rodrigo Flores-Roux...

Volume
100ML

Still available in the shop

Notes
Fragrance family: Woody
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A link between History, Architecture and Perfume...

Architectural history has the particularity of transporting us physically into the past, allowing us to understand its meaning. In a synesthetic experience of architecture, what we feel and smell is just as important as what we see. In essence, architecture is experience.

For Arquiste, the research carried out for the creation of a fragrance inspired by real-life experiences is just as complete as the research that leads to the restoration of an old building. Under construction, the clues justify the structure.

Through the meticulous search for authentic sources, the analysis of a specific time and place begins. Through the study of building materials, the literary history of the place and the site itself, the olfactory experience becomes more understandable.

Arquiste wishes to interpret the past in the present through perfume in order to link the olfactory memory to great moments in history.