Le Labo has a new collection of fragrances for the Anthropologie chain:
A collaboration between Anthropologie and Fabrice Penot and Edouard Roschi, founders of New York cult fragrance house Le Labo, this fragrance envelops you in one of five historically inspired scents that pay tribute to the era of perfumery when artisans crafted small batches using the highest quality natural ingredients. Le Labo products are cruelty-free and vegan. Choose from parfum in a vessel inspired by old apothecary bottles or concrete parfum packaged in tins inspired by turn-of-the-century measuring weights.
Chant De Bois (spice) ~ "a femme-woodsy combination of bergamot, grapefruit, pink pepper, patchouli and cedar"
Belle Du Soir (spice) ~ "musky and rich, neroli, water lily and gardenia float above notes of cedar, sandalwood and patchouli"
Orange Discrete (fruit) ~ "a clean citrus blend of petigrain, bergamot, mandarin zest and orange blossom mixed with vetiver, cedar and musk"
Poudre D'Orient (fresh) ~ "exotic aromas of violet leaves, patchouli, vanilla and suede musk"
Bouquet Blanc (floral) ~ "a decadent floral composition of cassis, bergamot, jasmine, tuberose and vetiver"
Le Labo Chant De Bois, Belle Du Soir, Orange Discrete, Poudre D'Orient and Bouquet Blanc are available in 60 ml Eau de Parfum ($62), .16 oz Concrete (solid, $28) or 14.5 oz candle ($32). (via anthropologie)
Update: see a review of Belle du Soir.