We know what the end of the world will look like, but how will it smell? With Etat Libre d`Orange La Fin Du Monde, the apocalypse is captured in an Eau de Parfum.
Etat Libre d`Orange La Fin Du Monde is a companion scent to the apocalyptic novel The End of the World Filmed by the Angel of Notre Dame by Swiss author Blaise Cendrars, the fragrance conjures images of tyrannical deities, avenging angels and intergalactic wars captured on celluloid.
Under the instruction of god-the-father, the Angel of Notre Dame blows his trumpet and the world begins to collapse on the living. The sun slackens and then grows, raining fire until it is no more than a piece of granular phosphorescent fog. The world falls into darkness. There is confusion and turbulence. And then the projector cuts and the film begins to unwind, setting everything back as it was.
Top Notes: Popcorn Accord, Carrot Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Sesame, Black Pepper from Madagascar
Heart Notes: Vetiver from Haiti, Sandalwood, Kernels of Ambrette Absolute
Base Notes: Orris Absolute, Styrax, Cannon Powder Accord