État Libre d'Orange - Like This
Like This is a paean to the comforts of home, as interpreted by the actress Tilda Swinton. For Tilda, home smells like pumpkin soup simmering gently on the stove, mixed with the honest smells of roasted coffee, freshly peeled tangerines, and smoky Scottish whiskey. There is a freshly-peeled ginger root on the chopping board, waiting to be grated into the soup, and small purple wildflowers in a stone jug on the table. Children and partners are underfoot, the flag stone floor slabs warm on bare feet. The name of the perfume comes from a poem written by the great Sufi poet, Rumi, who wrote: "If anyone wants to know what "spirit" is, or what "God's fragrance" means, lean your head toward him or her. Keep your face there close. Like this."
Notes: Indonesian ginger, pumpkin, tangerine, immortal flower, Moroccan neroli, rose, spicy notes, vetiver, woody notes, musk, heliotrope
Noel au Balcon