Australian designer Naomi Goodsir has launched Nuit de Bakélite, a new green floral fragrance.
The interpretation of a nocturnal flower, the tuberose.
The beginnings of a "narcotic Lady" ... Green & obsessive. A sleepless and white night and a green vesperal addiction.
Nuit de Bakélite was developed by perfumer Isabelle Doyen. The notes feature angelica, violet leaf, galbanum, orris, karo karounde, tuberose, leather, davana, styrax, tobacco, labdanum and guaiac wood.
Naomi Goodsir Nuit de Bakélite is available at Nose in France, in 50 ml Eau de Parfum.
Violet leaf can sometimes overwhelm me, but would like to try this. Haven’t been drawn to the brand’s previous releases for some reason.
I can’t remember now but don’t think I’ve tried any (?)
Wow, finally! This scent was announced several years ago, before Or du Sérail, but then never materialized. Very excited to sniff it.
I know, it seems like I’ve been hearing about it for ages.
I can’t wait for this. Very curious to see if Naomi Goodsir can break my “I don’t love or even like tuberose.” The only one I can wear with any regularity is Pichola, which to me isn’t very tuberosey. But I love NG — and I love violet leaf — and so have hope!
I don’t think of Pichola as a tuberose, so agree it is not very tuberosey!
So curious about this one!
I like tuberose and I really like this brand, especially Bois d’Ascese.
But violet and galbanum do not always work for me.
Finally!!!I literally adore this line…and Bois d’ascese is one of my fav parfums ever….I saw the lady in Florence and she was so kind that this made me love her fragrances even more
Nuit de Bakelite = Night of Plastic or Night of an Early Plastic