This fall, niche line Humiecki & Graef will launch Blask, their eighth fragrance:
Like the previous creations in the HUMIECKI & GRAEF collection, this new fragrance, too, is based on a particular aspect of the broad spectrum of human emotion. BLASK expresses the subtle yet fundamental sense of mutual trust that forms the deepest bond between human beings.
The name BLASK is a Polish word that means a brilliant glow or luster. It describes both the shine of the sun and the gleam of moonlight. The new fragrance from HUMIECKI & GRAEF speaks of the radiance that comes from the wellspring of trust deep within. It is a trust that spans the generations, connecting the mature person of experience with a younger counterpart. BLASK is: A firm feeling of security that culminates in a warm and impulsive closeness; an unguarded, truly intimate embrace coupled with the longing to soar to unknown heights. It is head-in-the clouds euphoria with feet firmly planted on the ground.
BLASK combines dry, pungent bay leaf oil with the elegant, full-bodied scent of a rich red wine. A woody, balsamic walnut note lends a deep sense of maturity and intimacy: You know you are in good hands. A selection of floral notes makes BLASK soft and playful yet enticing. The overall impression is of a distinct new interpretation of an oudh scent. BLASK is warm and seductive; it literally strokes the skin, exuding an alluring, haptic sensuality.
Blask was developed by Les Christophs (Christoph Hornetz & Christophe Laudamiel).
Humiecki & Graef Blask will be available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette Concentrée.
(via press release)
Update: see a review of Humiecki & Graef Blask.