LES FLEURS DU DÉCHET | I AM TRASH
THE MOST WANTED SCENT MADE FROM THE UNWANTED
Rooted in his New Caledonian heritage Etienne de Swardt calls forth the ethos of the Borindi, who refuse to leave nature any worse than they found her. Beneath the boughs of the niaouli tree, amidst blossoming jacarandas, he proposes a vital choreography through this ecologically conscious fragrance from Etat Libre d’Orange.
inspired by “[a] jumble of romantic and titanic science fiction poetry that emerges from the slow, sure, and inevitable rocking of wastewaters in the industrial cycle,”Etat Libre d’Orange sends Les Fleurs du Déchet forth as a messenger, urging us to survive for the sake of seduction, that we may in turn protect and treasure our planet.
“The beliefs of the primitive and ancient tribes are back, and demand our full allegiance. This perfume will carry a universal message: that which is dirty must reflect the beautiful...”
Givaudan, Ogilvy and Etat Libre d’Orange have formed a green-minded troika with the intention of offering Mother Nature herself a bouquet of contrition (in an all-natural spray, of course).
Top Notes : Bergamot, Lime, Rose, Apple
Middle Notes : Atlas Cedar, Strawberry
Base Notes : Akigalawood, Sandalwood
Created : 2018
Perfumer : Daniela ( Roche ) Andrier
Olfactive Family : Oriental & Floral
Style : Unisex