French niche line Jardins D’Écrivains has launched a new trio of fragrances: Howl, Alcools and Exil.
Jardins D’Écrivains embodies the “Pléiade” with a triptych poems whose olfactory adaptation expresses the intensity of leather, cedar and patchouli. Excellence inspires a precious sillage
Howl ~ "Allen Ginsberg - 1926/1997 American poet / A warm San Francisco breeze. A mad longing for freedom, a bohemian perfume composed of lavandin, thyme, geranium and cinnamon, tonka bean, musk, patchouli, amber."
Alcools ~ "Guillaume Apollinaire - 1880/1918 French poet / An elixir born of a leathery maceration. The inebriation of the senses unveils the art of shocking. An essence composed of artemisia, birch, lilac, tonka bean, benzoin and styrax."
Exil ~ "Saint-John Perse 1887/1975 French poet / An emanation of deeply rooting elements. “I shall inhabit my name”, a signature perfume composed of eucalyptus, thyme, clove, amber, heliotrope, musk and cedar."
Jardins D’Écrivains Howl, Alcools and Exil are available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum, €90 each. (5 ml roll-on samples are also available.)