Mark Buxton relaunches perfume line and shows three new scents | Esxence News
Mark Buxton, the perfumer behind Le Labo Vetiver 46, Cartier Pasha and many Comme des Garšons fragrances, has relaunched his fragrance line. Buxton originally released a line of perfumes in 2009 in partnership with another company, but this time he is going it alone. The relaunched collection includes two previous fragrances: Black Angel
and Wood & Absinth
; and three new fragrances: Devil in Disguise, Sexual Healing and Sleeping with Ghosts
The fragrance packaging has been redeveloped: they are now housed in glass bottles with silver lids, and bright neon green labelling.
The new fragrances are:
Devil in Disguise
, which has notes of rhubarb leaves, ginger, magnolia, neroli, patchouli, vetiver and musk. The scent is described as "The Divine Wind of Danger"
: davana, blackcurrant buds, elderberry absolute, osmanthus, cistus and castoreum. "An addictive fusion between man and woman"
Sleeping with Ghosts
has notes of tagete, quince, peony, leather, vetiver and vanilla. "Fantasy of extreme tenderness"
Will we report news of availability once stockists have been confirmed.