Elea is a space your nose may have visited before but its interior design elevates it into another level.
It’s a bright, well-pressed fragrance with squeaky-clean citrus notes, polished woods and suave musks. It’s the olfactory equivalent of an Architectural Digest cover featuring a California mid-century modern house designed with a minimal but spacious aesthetic where even the smallest details sport a considered, flawless finish.
Aestas is an interesting character. Neroli-forward scents have a tendency to go one of two ways - either super bright and cologne-like or into white floral orange blossom territory. Aestas edges its neroli in vetiver smoke leading into a cosy synth wood group hug.
Wearing Edhen is like watching professional ballet dancers pirouette across a stage. To you in the audience, their movements look so easy and effortless it’d almost be easy to forget the years of training it took to achieve them. Edhen is this perfect dance between its primary stars, fig and jasmine. Both aromas have a heady, voluptuous character; however, in Edhen they’re balanced with the lightness of a breeze meandering through a sun-drenched vista.