Truth Beauty Freedom Love

Eau de Parfum

James Skinner, scarf designer, and Sarah McCartney, our perfumer, collaborated to make a scarf and a fragrance. They met in our studio in West London, to smell different natural and synthetic materials. The result was a collection of aromas which Sarah took as inspiration for the fragrance. She named it Truth Beauty Freedom Love, the rallying cry of the 19th Century Bohemian movement or artists, writers and free thinkers. James illustrated the plants that the materials came from, and the wildlife they support. In the corners of the scarf he's placed the aroma molecules which cast a perfumer's spell on the blend to transform it from just a mixture of materials into an elegant, wearable fragrance. First you'll probably smell honey and bergamot, then a blend of tobacco, vanilla, hay, iris, apricot, musk and violet tinted woods. We've been wearing this a lot, with the scarf too.









Perfume Dialect: fruity amber

Top Notes: honey, bergamot, apricot

Heart Notes: hay, vanilla, iris, violets

Base Notes: tobacco, musk, woods

Ingredients: Alcohol (Denat), Parfum, Alpha-iso-Methylionone, Benzyl Salicylate, Hydroxycitronellol, Coumarin, Citral, Geraniol, Limonene

I get a lot of iris from this, on my skin at least. It's quite sweet on first spray but the dry down is definitely iris. Last time I wore it I also got tobacco too, but not today for some odd reason. Not that it matters to me, I love it all the same. This is a new acquisition, I fell for it when I wore the sample. Adore it.