Olfactive Studio Leather Shot

£219.80 Sale Save
Size 100ML

Leathery and organic, Leather Shot is a woody, smoky, and spicy leather supported by the powdery elegance of iris, cedarwood, and driftwood notes.

GENDER NEUTRAL FRAGRANCE

Top Notes
❖ Guatemalan Cardamom
❖ Iranian Cumin
❖ Bigarade Orange

Heart Notes
❖ Leathery Notes
❖ Iris
❖ Black Tea

Base Notes
❖ Sandalwood
❖ Virginian Cedarwood
❖ Driftwood Accord
❖ Haitian Vetiver

Each full size perfume will include a sample vial of your fragrance.

Use this “Fragrance Insurance” for a few days before opening the full size bottle, as we are not able to accept returns on fragrances that have been opened or used. If you decide you don’t love the fragrance after using the Fragrance Insurance sample, you’re welcome to exchange or return your unopened and unused full-size fragrance within 14 days of receiving an account balance refund.

Note, this does not apply to roll-on perfumes and Mad et Len fragrances.

❖ Apply as little or as much as you desire to the hills and valleys of your body. Neck and wrists are common places to apply, but you can also try out behind your knees or in the crook of your arm.
❖ Keep out of direct sunlight and/or heat

Samples are final sale, non-returnable items. Samples are brand-provided or made fresh daily by hand. In-house samples are made using a standard 2 fl oz sample vials filled with 18 sprays (volume varies). Samples are not available for roll-on perfumes. Authenticity guaranteed.

Olfactive Studio is an encounter between contemporary artistic photography and perfumery; Between the eye and the nose. This is the first time ever that perfumers have teamed up with photographers to draw inspiration from their oeuvres. They sense the images to capture their essence.

Olfactive Studio’s mission is to celebrate the world’s beauty through the eye and the nose. They participate as much preservation and restoration of the planet as possible.

PERFUMER: BERTRAND DUCHAUFOUR

An artist to the core, Bertrand has always created his fragrances using various forms of media such as drawing, painting, and photography. He started his career in perfumery at Lautier Florasynth in Grasse, then Paris. In 2008, he became a freelance perfumer and branched out into artistic fragrances, composing innovative creations. He has been working with the Technicoflor fragrance company since 2014, which he chose for its ethical and environmental commitments.