French niche line Etat Libre d’Orange has launched The Ghost in the Shell, a new fresh floral fragrance. The Ghost in the Shell was developed through an "alliance" with Japanese manga artist Shirow Masamune, author of the series Ghost in the Shell.
By mixing biotech and natural materials, this perfume silently celebrates the wake of the future and also whispers of a day to come, by providence or chance, when humanity is reunited and organized. A day when all consciousness is summoned by the infosphere to constitute a superior being and pass from the inert to the living. As the molecules assemble to make the living, we will then make a qualitative leap that becomes the starting point and arrival of transhumanism.
This perfume is the future. It comes to us from the 20th century.
Ghost in the Shell, a perfume that speaks of the human phenomenon and its paradox, a perfume to wear on oneself ab libitum, at one’s pleasure. A perfume as a propagation towards the other, that makes you the axis and the arrow of evolution; modern, indeed! From the bottom of the matter, rise up.
The notes feature aqual (Mane marine note), yuzu, hexyl acetate (green fruity note), jasmine, mugane (Mane floral note), milky skin accord, moss accord, vinyl gaiacol (Mane vanilla-like note) and orcanox (Mane amber note).
Etat Libre d’Orange The Ghost in the Shell is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.