Imaginary Authors – A Trio

Imaginary Authors offers wildly unique fragrances born from the concept of scent as art and art as provocation. Like a good book, these scents are meant to inspire you. In these bottles are layered narratives that are sure to generate stirring conversation, fragrances that might be capable of changing the course of your own personal story. They not only invigorate and intoxicate, but also take you to new places. Each Imaginary Authors fragrance follows a compelling storyline peppered with intriguing twists. These are scents to curl up with, to share with friends, to take with you wherever you go, and to return to again and again for a uniquely transcendent experience…

HOUSE: Imaginary Authors
NOSE: Josh Meyer
FRAGRANCE: Every Storm A Serenade, Slow Explosions, Sundrunk
SIZE/COST: 50ml / $95
SOURCE: Smallflower

Every Storm A Serenade: If you take the richest of evergreens and lighten them with the reflection of the sun on the sea that’s half the story here. It’s a fresh breath of forest air, inhale, exhale and repeat. Enough said. (2015, 86%)

Notes: Danish Spruce, Eucalyptus, Vetiver, Calone, Ambergris, Baltic Sea Mist

Slow Explosions: Stylish in red velvet, like sliding from the surface of rose petal. A spiced rose mixes with well worn leather, a beautiful blend of gender and harnessed peculiarities that bring on the twilight. This has an effervescent, almost boozy afterglow. And that leather seems to soften as you wear it, it’s grooves and creases mimicking the wearers’ torso, breaching an uncertain sensuality. (2016, 88%)

Notes: Saffron, Rose Absolute, Leather, Apple, Benzoin, Cashmeran, Arpora Night Market

Sundrunk: Like a fruit punch of cherries, citrus and a splash of the bittersweet. It’s cartoony to me, actually it would be better to call it animated, and so alive. Bright, youthful and sweet, it’s a clear concept, it’s Summertime mischief personified. The longer you wear this its like you are reaching for a orange creamsicle, contrasting so well with a clear blue sky. This reminds me of the syrupy juice melting down on to your hand as you try to multitask other goings-on. It’s exciting, the and likely best worn by the young at heart. (2018, 83%)

Notes: Neroli, Rhubarb, Honeysuckle, Rose Water, Orange Zest, First Kiss

Recommended Soundtrack:
Thomas DolbyAliens Ate My Buick (1988)

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