Thread: Amouage Library Collection
I went to the unveiling of the Amouage Library Collection at Aedes de Venustas in Manhattan last week. I thought Opus II was the most interesting of the 3 new offerings, but I was more impressed with the older Amouage perfumes, which rank among the world's finest. Still, Amouage deserves big cred for its insistence on advancing the art of perfumery, especially considering the crassly commercial direction in which even some of the most august French houses have turned.
Can you give us a description of the perfumes?