Charenton Macerations

Asphalt Rainbow

Eau de Parfum

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Manhattan, in a bottle. (Grew up there in the 80's, to give you a cultural frame of reference.)
By   - Lawyer from DC on 9/7/2020
Opening of rose scented spray paint, or perhaps rose scented hairspray. Quite harsh in the beginning that reminds of a workman's garage without the car smell - aerosol, some degreaser perhaps. The metallic overtones stay a good while and there is a mix of hot black asphalt combined in. I get hints of a hot blacktop where someone is wearing black leather with hardcore hits of florals. Very urban, very modern with all those metallic building materials. The metal and the rose work well together. Has a white bar of soap vibe to it later on which lent itself to more of a 'clean' scent than the original metallic notes. Good to see a perfume out of the normal comfort zone and an interest take on metallic notes.
By   - Office Manager from Williamsburg on 1/1/2020
Well what can I say? i'm not sure. I do commend it's experimentation but that's all this appears to be, an experiment. The dry down does have a pleasant road side rose smell. More femme, worth experiencing but I am unable to give much more praise than that.
By   - Student from Sacramento on 3/21/2019
Listen to Burial the UK electronic music artist, this is pretty much the fragrance for most of his music
By   - Fashion Designer from Montreal on 9/15/2017
This is less "avant garde" and more "Miss Havisham." Less "asphalt" and more "cloud of chalk dust," nothing but powder and sickly potpourri with a spritz of lemon air freshener to boot. I loved the concept behind this fragrance, but I'm not sure I'm capable of loathing a perfume more than I loathe Asphalt Rainbow. Nauseating. Immediate scrubber scent.
By   - Photographer from Ann Arbor, MI on 9/23/2016
WOW. A spiritual heir to Black in all the right ways. They're not kidding about that asphalt note, but it's so much more than that, and so lovely -- definitely the most remarkable rethink of rose I've encountered in a very long time, and beautiful in a very modern (but surprisingly organic) way. Excitement in a bottle, right here.
By  on 5/27/2015
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