Dancing Light EDP
Dancing Light EDP
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Dancing Light appears in a pristine breath of snow coloured flowers. Almost icy. Lively and full of contrasts, Dancing Light is a reflection of the northern lights that inspired it. Icy Mint and Siberian Pine Needles bring a breath of coolness, then a bouquet of bright white flowers (Jasmine, Neroli, Seringa…) dances at heart, warmed by Sandalwood.
Notes: Italian bergamot, icy mint, guatemalan cardamom, fig milk accord, pineapple accord, Indian Ocean pink pepper, French lavandin, Egyptian jasmine, Moroccan neroli, seringa accord, freesia accord, Siberian pine needles, Indian sandalwood, Virginia cedarwood, ambery notes, musks, mosses
Perfumer: Sidonie Lancesseur @ Robertet
Why you'll love it
Olfactive Studio starts every development process with an image, responding to its form, content, or energetic quality. “Dancing Lights” attempts to capture the ephemeral vibrancy of the blue-green Northern Lights, as captured by rural Norwegian photographer Frøydis Dalheim. Like many of the brand’s compositions, this one is elegant and effortless. There is a sensation of movement, swirling, billowing, like swells of fabric in the wind. The opening is suitably cooling, but to us, this is not necessarily the frost of a Norwegian winter. We smell sprigs of freshly potted mint in the local Garden Center, glittering with the atomized dew of a May morning. There are white flowers too, humble and homegrown, echoing that sparkly crushed velvet texture of a petal seen from millimeters away. Like the impossible shapes in the Arctic sky, this scent is a tangle of green, shag-carpet-moss green, suspended in the chill of celestial space. It’s airy, dreamy, and relaxed, anchoring you to the cycles of the natural world with the innocence of a summer camp fantasy and a resolutely Scandinavian restraint.