Opening notes are a shot of booze spilled on a leather coat and violets and laaa, this stuff is crazy nice.
So smooth it slides all over the place, petals and pepper, dank then sweet, light then hard, feral metal musk heat-tempered in rosewater.
Modern magic, at an accessible price.
Lingers in personal space the whole day, sugar and leather on the skin, and fog and rain on the clothes.
This could be this generation’s Lolita Lempicka, a new twist on violets, and powerfully femme.
Seinabo Sey’s Pistols at Dawn also came out in 2015, and is just as dark and smooth.