Eau de parfum MATTHEW MILLER 100ML VERDUUA010028995
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- 100 ml
- Top: Sunk Accord, Galbanum Oil, Cardamom Oil, Bucchu Oil, Cassis Flower Avender
- Heart: Nutmeg Oil, Bay Oil, Incense Oil, Leather, Smokey Notes
- Fond: Patchouli Oil, Cedar Wood, Castoreum, Incense Resin, Vetiver Oil, Gaiac Wood, Musk
Matthew Miller is the winner of the Woolmark Prize 2017/18. He says "Art is fundamental to design" and is based on a conceptual idea and the notes found in an art gallery at his first exhibition. Rather than physically displaying the exhibition, Matthew chose to turn it into a perfume and make it live by the nose.
Alexander Botov founded Verdúu to realize his vision of a large community of young designers, perfumers, creators and all people passionate about the art of fragrances. He wants these people to have the opportunity to create something unique and extraordinary, rather than complying with industry trends and standards.
"Our heartnote is narration," he says, emphasizing Verdúu's focus on strong characters and concepts behind perfumes. He thinks the true luxury of our century is defined through diversity rather than excess. This thought is transmitted throughout Verdúu's label.
Verdúu collaborates with young fashion designers to create authentic and unique perfumes that truly reflect the designer's vision.
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