French niche line Lubin has launched Epidor, a new unisex floriental fragrance inspired by a 1912 Lubin fragrance of the same name.
The ripe wheat swayed yesterday in the summer breeze. The blond sheaves now lie scattered on the ground and the laborers have filled their jute sacks with the golden grain. The village girls lay down their sickles, and in a shady copse, quench their thirst in the stream. They’ll dance tonight to celebrate harvest’s end. A peddler came by yesterday, and now, their skin is fragrant with orange blossom, mingling with jasmine and violet. Their rough smocks have a musky scent, and notes of fresh-cut hay and frangipane tart swirl in the air. While darkness descends upon the fields, they close their eyes for a moment, giving way to their dreams.
Epidor was developed by perfumer Thomas Fontaine. The notes feature violet, plum, jasmine, orange blossom, cedar, sandalwood, tonka bean and vanilla.
Lubin Epidor is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.