Comme des Garçons

Marseille - Eau de Toilette

Comme des Garçons

Marseille - Eau de Toilette

€85.00
Description

Marseille

I go down your stairs by tens, 

Running, because it's been a long time 

A long time since we saw each other 

It is early, 

Everything is so quiet here, for the moment 

And the city wakes up, slowly, 

Unhurried passers-by walk along the screaming markets, 

The fruits and vegetables, they sweat love 

Not a day goes by without a meeting, 

Where she shares her stories in the shade of the pines, 

Not one without an adventure either, 

For love has no boundaries here. 

Marseille so beautiful, 

rises in capital letters, 

And the Mistral blows freedom 

Marseille, I love you so much, 

You, so wild at heart, 

While waiting for your return, 

I marvel again and again 

Poem by Romain Eugène Campens

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Notes
Head notes: Marseille's soap accord / Neroli accord
Heart notes: Petalia (floral, rosy, Lychee, Givaudan exclusivity) / Orange cryst
Base notes: Ambrofix overdose (ambery, woody) / Cosmone (musky, powdery)
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Comme des Garçons has a knack for popularizing avant-garde fashion with its deconstructed looks, androgynous styles and asymmetrical cuts.
Since its creation, Comme des Garçons Parfum has held fast to the strong and uncompromising values and in doing so redefined the language by which perfumes are understood.
The original Eau de Parfum debuted in 1994, and today some 75 scents exist: those born of pure creation, series of perfumes that express variations on a theme, anti-perfumes, licensing partnerships and ground-breaking collaborations with artists, cultural icons and institutions such as Monocle Magazine, the Serpentine Gallery, and pioneering stylist Grace Coddington.