Rich Hippie is a line of natural fragrances about which I know little or nothing. Wild Thing is one of the 15 fragrances they currently produce (other names include Bohemian Wedding, Purple Haze and Nirvana), and it is the only one I have tried from Rich Hippie so far. The notes are Indian jasmine, Albanian orris root, and Egyptian rose.
I'm sure Wild Thing has notes other than those listed (doesn't everything?) but it isn't an overly complicated fragrance. It starts with a very bright jasmine with mild citrus, and calms to a warmer floral blend highlighting jasmine and rose. The jasmine is mildly indolic; the base is very soft, with a touch of powdery iris over what I'm guessing is sandalwood. It is a lovely fragrance, full-bodied but not at all cloying or heady, and perhaps more ladylike than you might imagine from the name.
A 15 ml bottle is $255. A 60 ml bottle is $625. Various sample sets are available; a set with Wild Thing, The Kiss, Psychedelic & Marrakech is $85.
It is pretty much a given that natural perfumes are going to cost more. All other things being equal, natural components cost more than synthetics, and natural perfumes are not usually mass produced. If such things are important to you, perhaps you will not find the cost unreasonable. Since such things are not at all important to me, I balked.
Granted, the line is cheaper than some (see Strange Invisible Perfumes), and perhaps some of their other fragrances are very unusual, but Wild Thing, beautiful though it is, is a very conventional kind of beautiful. If I am going to pay top dollar, I want something more than beautiful, I want something startlingly unique, maybe even a little outrageous. A JAR Bolt of Lightning kind of thing, although I'm not about to pay for that either.
Rich Hippie fragrances can be ordered directly from their website, which also provides a list of retailers.
Note: if you are adamantly opposed to synthetics, you might want to check with Rich Hippie to make sure that they don't use any synthetic components whatsoever in their products. Their website certainly implies that they don't, but I cannot find any statement that actually says outright that the fragrances are 100% natural. They do say state that their...
..."spirits of wine" or wine alcohol is all natural and better yet, it is made from organically grown grapes harvested from the great wine regions of California. All of the plant and flower extracts we use are organic or wildcrafted and carefully selected with the utmost attention to quality.