James Heeley

Athenean - Eau de Parfum

James Heeley

Athenean - Eau de Parfum


The fig tree has been revered since ancient times. In Greek mythology, Gaia, goddess of the earth, created the first fig tree by transforming her rebellious son Sykeus into a tree to protect him from Zeus' wrath.

Athenean with its woody notes is a metamorphosis of the Fig Tree fragrance created in 2001. The aquatic notes of green fig find their balance among the warm and milky nuances of sandalwood and white musk.

♂ Tan, dressed in white. Sandals, sans sunglasses.

♀ Fashionable. Arugula salad and spring water.

Leafy Greens. Galbanum

Fig tree . White Tea . Melon

Amber . Musk . Sandalwood


The story

Each order is unique and we always take great pleasure in preparing them with the utmost care. For orders above 150€ in the Benelux, we do not charge delivery costs.

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The story

The collection consists of eaux de parfums, perfume extracts and scented candles. Contemporary creations, the fragrances are elaborated according to the art of traditional perfumery and have been imagined for both women and men.

One of his first fragrances, Menthe Fraîche, is an exercise in style: from an ingredient that is apparently simple yet difficult to interpret, James Heeley creates an elegant and easy-to-wear olfactory creation. With time and experience, he adds more intense constructions such as Cardinal, Sea Salt which reveals aquatic and iodine notes.

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