A modern myth translating one's inner desire to transform and reconnect with nature. Lured by the beckoning call, Orpheus incarnate.
The beauty has arrived.
Notes of blue lotus, fig wood, osmanthus flowers, passionflower, guaiac wood, sandalwood, musk
The sacred, primordial, and fragrant nymphaea caerulea, or blue lotus, was applied to the body of Egyptian queen Nefertiti. Still one of the most important artifacts that remain from the ancient Egyptian civilization, nymphaea caerulea was believed to gift euphoria and lift consciousness to the higher realms.
Looking into someone's eyes is warming, vulnerable and invasive all at once, pupils glittering and opaque. Our interpretation of this feeling is opia, a fruity, woody unisex parfum.
The handsome rose.
Notes: rose otto, bitter orange, cumin, rose de mai, pink pepper, teak wood, Haiti, and java vetiver.
Three distinct scents filled the air at ngatihaua witehira, tiffany’s great grandfather’s, tangi (funeral). The celebration of life with hot soil, the smell of smoke from the hangi (a traditional Maori meal cooked in the ground), and roses adorned the tables in the food hall.
Curionoir make extrait de parfum and create fragrances that evoke the tangible in a work of sensory intangibles. Extrait de perfume is rich, dense, and long-lasting on the skin and our chosen language in which to gift the sense of smell. All of our fragrances are applied directly to the skin bringing an experience back to an age we have forgotten.
Inspired by the bewildering moment of clarity. The clear freshness of mind with the grounding calm of wisdom.
Fruits and dust in the cellar
Apple, black tea leaves, orange, lavender super, nutmeg, grape leaves, Virginian cedarwood, tree moss, atlas cedarwood
Holding memory cradling memory making for memory tenderness of another capturing the ephemerality of a scent as a vessel to remember to honor singing expectations: hallelujah! Blurred memory a collection of memories a story one to another
notes of tomato leaves, rosemary, grapefruit, Iranian galbanum, Somalian olibanum, agarwood, myrrh, vetiver, siam benzoin.
Hypatia, the female philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician. All ingredients in this green and resinous fragrance were available on March 8th, 415ad, the day Hypatia met her death.