Medullary-ray takes sandalwood to a Mediterranean countryside. A fresco of gilded flowers, saccharine red fruits and lazily harvested Tuscan fruits in an olfactory encounter with crafted woods, dry grasses and balsamic resins.
Fig leaf, Cardamom, Olive, Juniper
Frankincense, Orris Butter, Rose Absolute, Pomegranate
Innovative, dual action, micro particle scrub that deeply hydrates and promotes cell regeneration while prepping skin for a closer shave. Packed with anti-aging peptides, multivitamins and anti-irritants for an advanced epidermal treatment that leaves skin smoother, clearer and nourished.
Doe in the Snow is an homage to the fruity chypre perfumes of the late 1960s and 1970s. Sarah McCartney’s modern interpretation is a graceful blend of citrus fruits, flowers and woods stirred with an icicle. She uses a crystalline breeze of sparkling aldehydes to create an icy glaze on rounded, peachy softness and a blanketing of downy snow on pale white roses and jasmine cradled in woods. She softens the notoriously steely-eyed glare of the classical chypre base with green tea absolute, which surrounds the oakmoss in a velvety plush texture. Understated and fabulously retro.
A fragrant mash-up of the ancient and modern. Istanbul tips its hat to the big ambery perfumes of the early 20th century, but revamps them to fit into a 21st century modern lifestyle. Warm, viscous resins in a gentle whirl of lighthearted aromatics. Your jumper’s going to smell so good.
In recent years, the unfortunate fruity floral has become much maligned as a run-of-the-mill department store beauty counter staple. Tel Aviv feels like a bit of a reclaim of this genre. It’s cheerful and happy-go-lucky. As easy to wear as really comfortable flats that were definitely expensive.