Inspired by that tremulous moment when our world first came to be, Breath of the Infinite is an attempt to capture in fragrance form the smell of space particles and stars colliding in an explosion so colossal that it makes the universe contract and hold its breath. The fragrance itself is as cloudy and as abstract as the aftermath.
It’s not an easy one to describe. A mixture of peppery, raw ambroxan and woody musk forms a nebulous background against which tiny starbursts of peony and freesia pop like soap bubbles. It feels both as spare and modern as a Giacometti sculpture, and as ancient as a piece of driftwood on the beach. Black pepper, metal, dust, salt, wood, and the sensuous, latex-like slip of cashmeran in the base – as elemental as time itself. If you love scents like L’Antimatiere that keep you guessing, then head on over to the ultra-mysterious Breath of the Infinite.