Cedar Wood, Papyrus, Guaiac Wood, Patchouli, Sandalwood
Tonka Bean, Amber Rating
Juliette has a Gun – Into the Void
Love, opera, famous gardens, birds, good old Rock ‘n’ Roll – the inspirations behind perfumes are myriad. But a black hole as inspiration? Colour us surprised. We thought we’d seen it all but this is virgin territory for us too.
Indeed, what does a perfume inspired by a black hole smell like?
This is precisely why we need to smell it!
A dark energy vibrates around Into the Void. The fragrance opens with a kinetic storm of ultra-woody notes smashing into and against each other: cedar, papyrus, guaiac wood, patchouli and sandalwood, all locked in a strange, violent cosmic dance into nothingness.
At the center of Into the void pulsates a black orchid absolute, licked on all sides by a moist black licorice vine and dusted with a smattering of space dust. Tonka bean, ambroxan, and Norlimbanol form the alien strangeness of this smoky, harsh base – half-chemical, half-organic matter floating off into the deepest black of space.
Black holes are characterized above all by one feature: an extremely potent force of attraction. All objects in its vicinity are helplessly drawn to it and eventually swallowed up by the gaping void. This perfume performs the same sleight of hand, drawing people close to your aura without them understanding why.