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Kimono Vert... An ethereal floral green fragrance!

  "It has just rained, you breathe in humid air and walk through a forest. "Kimono Vert" authentically captures the vegetation and climate around Kyoto (Sagano Bamboo Forest) for me. An ethereal floral green fragrance that has an airy, fresh and watery character. I perceive soothing nuances of eucalyptus and green tea. A nice, cool and soothing perfume for warmer days." written by @about_scents (English translation)​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​----​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​"Es hat gerade geregnet, man atmet feuchte Luft ein und läuft durch einen Wald. „Kimono Vert“ fängt authentisch die Vegetation und das Klima rund um Kyoto (Sagano Bambuswald) für mich ein. Ein ätherisch blumiger, grüner Duft der einen luftigen, frischen und wässrigen Charakter hat. Ich nehme beruhigende Nuancen von Eukalyptus und grünem Tee wahr. Ein...

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Tell your narrative with Art de Parfum...

“In perfumery basically you are having a conversation. It’s always a blank piece of paper to tell your narrative. My ideas are not limited by the budget or board meetings.​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​All creative process takes place in your head. The most interesting ideas come anywhere in the garage, shower, etc. You just need not to limit yourself thinking that you can’t make a blockbuster”. - Ruta Degutyte, Founder & CEO of Art de Parfum​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​📷 - @molekules_boutique

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The Scented Kimono BY CHARLOTTE TOMLINSON

We may not know this but a piece of clothing can have a far deeper meaning than just a cover for our skin and to protect our modesty. A symbol of longevity and good fortune, prosperity and growth, the traditional Japanese kimono offers more to the wearer than simply cloth on their back. It’s grounding, individualistic and a reminder of where we came from and who we hope to be. In fact, the kimono has a unique and extensive history worth sharing and also has become an inspiration for a scent, find out more in The Scented Kimono Photo Harry Stonhill Imagery Hajar Djouahra The first ancestors of the kimono date back to the Heian period in Japan (794-1192). Straight...

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