Autumn has always been my favorite season. I love the chill in the air combined with the warm sun, the rainbow leaves and hot mulled cider at a farm stand in New England. I created a perfume to celebrate that aspect of fall. It’s called OCTOBER, and it remains one of our most popular fragrances. But with CHASING AUTUMN I wanted to create a scent that touched on the darker, moodier aspects of autumn; the spookiness, if you will. A ghost story. The smell of brave campfires carving out some warmth and light on the darkest nights. The leaves have fallen and are turning brown. There’s that sense of pulling in, wrapping ourselves in warmer clothes, the approach of Halloween, when the veil between the worlds is said to be thinnest. The scent of fir and cedar… and the promise of winter.
NOTES: Siberian Fir Needle, Nutmeg, Birch Tar, Coffee, Leather Accord, Atlas Cedar, Amber, Nagarmotha, Nootka (also known as Alaskan Cypress), Vetiver