This is the second edition of our award winning debut fragrance featuring all new artwork by LA Artist Kirtland Ash.
Inspired by Simone de Beauvoir’s 1943 existential novel of the same name, “She Came to Stay” is a unisex perfume that echoes the evolving nature of our sense of self when faced with a world on the edge of change.
She Came to Stay is a warm fougere fragrance that opens with deep woody notes of labdanum, patchouli and oakmoss. Echoing the passion and creative energy that lifts itself above the austerity and oppression of a Paris on the verge of cataclysmic change. Within minutes and contrary to classic perfumes, this olfactory state quickly transcends into an ephemeral dreamlike forest of cedarwood and vetiver before finally opening into a lightness edged with a touch of basil and lemon.
She Came to Stay captures the individuality of your spirit and transforms itself into a lingering expression that breaks free from the conventional into a fragrance which critics have called “beautifully addictive”. This is an evolving fragrance that takes on the personality of the wearer. You'll find it will respond to you and can at times appear subtly different from day to day. Give it time to settle on your skin and allow it to tell your personal story.
Kirtland Ash's artwork for “She Came to Stay” is meant to question our perceptions about our relationship with our self and those around us. The collages made using found materials are about interpreting our perceptions of identity; both of ourselves and of the other. Of how we can find fragments of the familiar within the unknown. It is very much about knowing who we are as individuals.
We encourage you to choose the image which echoes most with you.
A self-taught artist, Kirtland Ash began his career in 1997, in Los Angeles, painting detailed, abstract images. His recent work is primarily collage, fusing text and images on paper to explore the human form.
Inspired by Jack Kerouac’s 1951 novel of the same name, “On the Road” is a unisex perfume that polarises by telling a tale of restlessness and an unbridled desire to experience the beat counterculture of a Jazz fuelled post-war America.
Experience the first edition of On The Road as a road trip in scent across a 1950s America.
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