If you like "invisible fragrances", S-Perfume is well worth checking out. A subtle synthetic musk with marine hints, a slight dose of sweetness, some powder and an overall avant-garde vibe. Floral hints provide nice refinements while a sort of woody-waxy element enriches the fragrance with an intriguing futuristic facet. Definitely synthetic but somewhat smooth and graceful.
S-Perfume works pretty nice on skin subtly remarking its presence with a clean musky aura that's anything but dull. In a world where fragrances could be compared to painting techniques, S-Perfume would be aquarell.
One of the very few "aquatic" compositions that is worth checking out.