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November Fragrances 2022

“I like the night, I have clearer ideas in the dark.”- Serge Gainsbourg As we move into the colder months, Art de Parfum invites you to embrace their range of autumnal fragrances with sultry, smoky, woody notes which reflect the aromas of the season ahead. First we have Le Joker our seventh fragrance of our collection, released in the depths of 2020. This fragrance truly electrifies the most nuanced perfume addict.. “For me, it combines darkness & eccentric with warmth and confidence. The discrepancy between the controlled face we show on the outside and all the overwhelming feelings, thoughts, insecurity + confusion we carry on the inside. Characteristics I can completely relate to.⁠” - Written by @stilblut Shop Le Joker Next......

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Excentrique Moi review by Magdulenkan

"Excentrique Moi" by Art de Parfum I'm not eccentric enough to want to smell like cabbage but I'm so eccentric that I can photograph the perfume in a cabbage! 'Excentrique Moi' smells like plum wine, hot tea with pepper and cloves, and at the end like burnt wooden branches. Streaks of smoke flow all over the room, and the sharpness of the spices tickles my nose, making me sneeze. It's a good fragrance for bad weather and contrasting moods. I can hide with mulled wine in my favourite armchair in front of the fireplace, or put on rain boots and run in the rain splashing puddles Info: ▪︎Released in 2016 ▪︎Fragrance Notes: ♤Top Notes: Pepper, Clove, Red fruits ♡Heart Notes:...

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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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