Niche brand Atelier PMP, which debuted last year with Dreckig bleiben, has launched their second fragrance, Concrete Flower. Concrete Flower is a tribute to graffiti and other street art.
The name Concrete Flower may at first seem contradictory, evoking the urban and natural worlds simultaneously but the fragrance pays tribute to freedom of expression, street art, in particular graffitis, a medium that makes our cities more colourful.
Concrete Flower was developed by perfumer Mark Buxton. The notes include bergamot, mandarin, black pepper, thyme, sage, cardamon, neroli, ginger, jasmine, iris, clove, lily, styrax, sandalwood, Chinese cedar, oakmoss, amber and musk.
Atelier PMP Concrete Flower is available now at Colette in France, 70 ml Eau de Parfum for €95.
(quote via colette.fr)