Grapefruit, Neroli (Orange Blossom), Mandarin
Tea, Freesia, Peony
Sesame, Musk, Moss
Memo Paris – Les Echappées – Quartier Latin
Paris is a festival; the artists are its stars. In the neighborhood of Le Quartier Latin, bohemians and young people mingle, exchanging ideas, arguments, passion, and art. The streets hum with the smell of clove cigarettes, rain on slate roves, and gusts of warm air from old bookshops, bringing the woody, vanillic scent of old paper and books onto the cold streets.
Quartier Latin is a fragrance that captures the atmosphere of a stolen kiss or a secret rendezvous in dark alleys and winding streets. Its brusque, almost masculine sandalwood mingles with amber that reminds one of warm, salty skin and old bookshops. Spicy, bitter carnation recalls the scent of clove cigarettes, and the stained fingers of much-loved friends. It’s not so much a perfume as it is an atmosphere.
Notes: carnation, cedar wood, sandalwood, tonka bean, amber