PRESS / NEWS
As seen in Colette Paris, Vogue, Vice/ Broadly, Elle, Refinery29, TimeOutNY, NYLON, Entrepreneur, HOW Magazine, Inc Magazine, The Dieline.
New piece ' Foodgasm on 14th Street' featured in: New York/ New Fumes Olfactory Art Keller, December 16, 2021- January 22, 2022. Opening reception 12/16 at 4-8pm.
December 18, 2021'Witch's Feast' a perfume collaboration with Melissa Jayne Madara, author of the new book 'The Witch's Feast: A New Kitchen Grimoire' ~ be first to smell it at the book launch party at Catland Books! Get your tickets here.
New perfume: Water Nymph, a seductive freshwater floral inspired by a pond full of wild water lilies
September 11-13, Biennial Scent Fair at LA Craft Contemporary (cancelled due to covid)
New perfume: PHANTOM ROSE, a noir androgynous floriental, a scented portal to 1920's Berlin cabaret!
Oddities Market- December- Brooklyn
Sniffapalooza Fall Ball new perfumes presentation
New perfume + music collaboration Ylang Lianas, a tropical woody floral thru nocturnal rains. Music by Fredo Viola
New perfume: In The Pines an enchanted coastal terrain of pitch pine and blooming heathers
Venefica Magazine volume 3: 'From The Mugwort Field' writing and photography feature
Phoenix Botanicals perfumes at the Vice/ Broadly Astrology Conference
'An oceanic floral amber, Vanilla & The Sea perfectly captures the idea of a waterside stroll, complete with the metallic tang of seaweed drying on the rocks, the petrichor smell of a chill winter rain hitting the sand, the warmth of sweaters, jackets, gloves, and hats replete with a whiff of overheated skin under layers of cashmere, cotton and wool. A beautiful dream of winter. On the other side ... you find the same aroma of a winter beach but now surrounded by blooming tropical flower scents of narcotic and languid tuberose, sweet, bright and zingy citrus and the smell of sun-kissed sand tinged with a dab of salt-water tide pools... and therein lies the magical beauty of Vanilla And The Sea. It contains that often elusive perfume quality that transports you to unexpected and surprising locales and discoveries by constantly morphing and shifting as you wear it.'
- Robbert B. Herrman
Phoenix perfumes at Colette Paris