Find Me (No.2/Seek)
For version #2, we get David Chieze, the partner of Mark Buxton who did version #1. This is a sexier, slightly darker concoction, and unlike Buxton's "Find Me" (which I found more overtly feminine) this one reads much more unisex.
It's definitely floral, but not explosively. The lily here drifts in through a window, mingling with the aroma of bedsheets and musk. Nothing body-odorish about this musk, though - maybe that's their patented "skin accord" that's shown up in a few of their recent blends. The tobacco is distinctly of the green variety, nothing smoky or ashy to it. There's a sleeping-in-with-your-partner with the windows open vibe here. It's like a sexy, lazy, morning haze that drifts with you throughout the day. Good stuff.
Black (Ghost Site N˚—1)
One of the most fascinating scents from a fascinating company. I'm having a hard time explaining this one. While the components, on paper, are all quite natural, and don't seem to be anything to speak of - we've all smelled leathers with...
Like waking up in a Sicilian citrus grove
What a fun idea, to hand the same inspiriation to two different perfumers and see what each comes up with. In this case, the inspiration being Andre Aciman's "Find Me" - the sequel to "Call Me By Your Name" For version...