"Autumn storm is the name given by Jacques Fath to the very short haircut he created for his fetish model Bettina, so that she looks “divine”. Her style was naturalness, freshness and allure. These elements are represented through a strong, dominant note of Sandalwood, which has great intensity and soft creamy facets. It opens with... Continue Reading →
"Wind caresses on the face, marine notes in the air, sensations of freedom and exaltation. Curacao Bay is a voyage to the blue horizon. The natural Grey Amber infusion, rare, with the iodine facets, confers to this perfume a truly warm oceanic cocktail of scents." Click Play, to hear my thoughts on this one. HouseJacques... Continue Reading →
https://videopress.com/v/q4iyxRAe?preloadContent=metadata This is a sneak peek at the week ahead at Notetaking. We will have reviews of twelve international houses, all with something to say. And stay tuned for our new series 20 Questions (March 15) as well as our continuing series One Note Wonders where our featured note in March is Tobacco!
"Jacques Fath liked to wear as trench a Loden jacket, emblematic of this period and usually in dark green color. He also used this particular, warm and strong woolen fabric to create dresses. The perfumer has recreated this contrasted sensation, both bristly and protective by using vetiver, a root with a very intense and solid... Continue Reading →
"A mythical fragrance. A timeless and elegant freshness. Created in 1946 by perfumer Vincent Roubert, Green Water is classified as a modern fragrance. In 2016, Parfums Jacques Fath with the fine sensibility of Cecile Zarokian, re-habilitated noble ingredients such as large quantities of Neroli into this complex scent. A distinctive composition with fresh and clean... Continue Reading →