A fragrance inspired by the fall of (Patriarchal) power-- Because nothing can rule us. An immaculate blend of petals in overdose, clean foam and tree moss, contrasted with patchouli on a milky skin of sandalwood and white woods.
Nothing Can Rule Us
The fall of the Kings is the fall of all the forces that oppress us and prevent us from moving forward.
In order for a King to fall, an infinite number of little kingdoms must collapse: Family, Time, Love, Work, Toxic ex-lovers, the Patriarchy, the obligations to be sad, Capital, the obligation to be happy, anguish, sex and everything else that alienates us and prevents us from being truly free.
This is about making a perfume like a Loire castle, a perfume that could rise higher than the castle of Bloise, higher than the terrace where the last Valois watched the sun set in its glory. And then disappear, die, as if by magic before the fall. The fall of certainties, but above all, the fall of power.
Soap Foam, Pink Pepper, Timur, Jasmine, Rose, Lily of the Valley, Patchouli, Moss, Sandalwood