Pour tous parfum
Introducing the exquisite Pour Tous collection of perfumes from LA based, high concept fragrance house, Regime des Fleurs. Pour Tous means 'for all' and the collection draws from the sublime drama of the botanical world with vivid, fresh and smoldering notes captured by the Robertet nose Mathieu Nardin, a native of the French perfume capital, Grasse.
Available in four scents: Cacti (vivid, quenching and crisp), Falling Trees (fresh, smoldering, majestic), Glass Blooms (satin, fragile, confectionery) and Gold leaves (Opulent, tonic, heady).
Due to hygiene reasons we do not accept change of mind returns with pocket parfums or fragrances; or once the bottle has been opened.
100ml / 3.4oz
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Cacti - Italian bergamot essential oil, shiso, black tea, jasmine sambac absolute, heliotrope, cucumber water, maté absolute, Baltic amber, aloe vera. Many of the Huichols and North American peyotists claim that when one eats peyote, one is "tasting oneself: if the user is pure, this cactus is "sweet." - Peter Stafford, author of Psychedelics Encyclopedia
Falling Trees - Elemi essential oil, juniper essential oil, olibanum absolute, myrrh resin, treemoss absolute, cypriol essential oil, benzoin resin, oak. [Trees] learn and remember; nurse sick neighbors; warn each other of danger ... and, for reasons unknown, keep the ancient stumps of long-felled companions alive for centuries. - Peter Wohlleben, forester and author
Glass Blooms - Riesling grape, muguet, tea rose, peony, ylang ylang Nossi-bé, sandalwood, tonka bean absolute, ambrette and musk. [These] flower petals look as if they’d quiver at the nearby buzzing of a bee. As botanical specimens they can be admired; as glass replicas, they are wondrous. - Edward Rothstein, cultural critic, on the 19th-century botanical studies of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka at Cambridge.
Gold Leaves - Laurel leaves, cedrat, cardamom essential oil, fleurs de lys, pittosporum flowers, iris, white cedarwood essential oil, oakmoss, cypriol, fossilized amber.
Alia Raza and Ezra Woods
Alia Raza spent the last decade living and working between New York and Los Angeles creating short lms, video art works, performance and objects that have shown at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Scope Art Fair in New York, the Palazzo Morando in Rome, the Design Museum in London, and the Marfa Film Festival. Her most noted work, The Fragile White Blossoms Emit a Hypnotic Cascade of Tropical Perfume Whose Sweet Heady Odor Leaves Its Victim Intoxicated (2008- 2013), is a series of 15 videos featuring various gures in the worlds of fashion, art and entertainment, and was inspired by the scent of white night blooming owers.
Ezra Woods comes from a line of orists based in Los Angeles for four generations. Having engaged in art and fashion, some of his notable creative accomplishments include a collaboration with Jason Rhoades on fragranced objects for the late artist’s seminal opus exhibited at David Zwirner Gallery and documented in The Black Pussy monograph published by Steidl, as well as creating the site- speci c conceptual scent work Untitled Scent and Window Display exhibited at the prestigious LAX ART. Through his professional background as a noted fashion stylist and consultant for luxury brands, Woods has worked with some of the most important Haute Couturiers and Academy-Award winning performers of our time.
Régime des Fleurs celebrates the ultimate bringers of peace, pleasure, and joy: flowers. Régime des Fleurs, whose name means ‘reign of flowers,’ was founded in Los Angeles in 2014 by artists and self-taught perfumers Alia Raza and Ezra Woods. Together, they envisioned Regime des Fleurs to be as much an art practice as it is a brand.
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