100ml Extrait De Parfum

$195.00

Size:
100 ml spherical glass bottle topped with a concrete cap and a specially designed gray concrete base
Origin:
Los Angeles
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Sativa: “cogito ergo sum” the inquisitive mind swirls, ignited by the bright light of the new and undiscovered. The cerebrals, the visionaries... they flourish. She is the spring awakening, a thriving muse.  Top: cannabis + musk.  Middle: sheer white florals + bergamot.  Base: tart geranium + tobacco. 

Indica:  A luminous recollection bathed in wistful white clouds. A cool and misty trip into aromatic bliss. He is the spiritual shaman of euphoria and relaxation, a memory from the past present and future.  Top: cannabis + bergamot.  Middle: sandalwood + musk.  Base: marine, ivy + bayleaf.

Pavot:  Admiration carried by a faint, glowing memory. A hypnotic reverie of rich poppy red lulls the consciousness. She is larkspur’s love + restful respite. A mother’s fierce protection. Slow the heart, sleep to dream.  Top: opium cassis, bergamot + pepper.  Middle: sandalwood, amber + myrhh.  Base: neroli blossom, gardenia + larkspur.

Resin: Along the coast lies a dreamscape lined with majestic cypress and smoke where the cliffside hangs heavy and black as the night, he is the misty-eyed stranger who sits close to the skin, the emblem of burning devotion. Top: cypress, hempseed, heliotrope, amyris.  Middle: smoked birch, cedar, amber, balsam.  Base: tonka, guaiac wood, santal, fireside.

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Photo/genics + Co is a Los Angeles-based aromatics brand creating custom home and fine fragrances. It was conceived in 2017 as a subdivision of Photogenics media, one of LA’s premier fashion agencies. Photo/genics + Co fragrances are deeply rooted in a holistic and organic California lifestyle, using custom essential oil blends and ingredients. The one-of-a-kind scents draw on the therapeutic properties and psychoactive effects of herbs and plants, and are presented in sculptural vessels with a nod to the brutalist architectural movement.

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