The first offering from niche line Humiecki & Graef is Skarb, a new fragrance for men named for the Polish word for treasure:
No other than the famous perfumer Christophe Laudamiel himself, prize winning 'enfant terrible' of the perfume industry, created this extraordinary scent. Humiecki and Graef asked Laudamiel to create a perfume that captures the state of 'how men cry' - eruptive and sensual. Pictures from Slavic culture, as well as how they deal with melancholia and happiness served as inspiration. The result is a perfume that combines raw eruption, sensual strength, melancholic warmth and deep mysticism.
The "star-shaped" composition features notes of absinthe, myrtle, lovage, barley extract, musk, watery accord, carrot seeds, incense, myrrh, patchouli, orris, Roman chamomile and prune.
Humiecki & Graef Skarb is $210 for 100 ml Eau de Toilette Concentrée, and is available now at Luckyscent.