Inside Room 1015, in a misty bathroom scene (cardamom steam), a group of young souls (drizzles of bergamot) tracks down their prey in a virile attack raid (sizzles of blue lavender pomade). The blade slides and slices (geranium oxide). Not one hair survives the ride. Over smooth skin crinkled with laughter and sprinkled with madness (crisp Apple splash) glide grave waves of nostalgia (Davana crash). Before hitting the stage, in a daze by the days, these musicians think of Yesterday... And play their heart out Today! (Arm-wrestling game between aristocratic Vetiver, seemingly tame, and Ambroxan, the sweat of divine lovers under another name).
“A fresh and aromatic fragrance inspired by a picture of the Beatles hangin' out in a hotel bathroom, shaving and having fun. When I saw this pic, I immediately tried to imagine what would be the smell inside that bathroom: vetiver? Lavender? Perhaps Santal? Yesterday is a fern revisited in a modern way. Think YESTERDAY! A tribute to the unique spirit that musicians have, being kids and grown-ups at the same time, walking on the thin line between dream and reality, teenage years and the adult world. Now, Remember: We don’t stop playing because we grow old; We grow old because we stop playing!" Dr. Mike.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Carvi, Sweet Orange, Thym, Basil, Cardamom
Heart Notes: Lavender, Rhubarb, Davana
Base Notes: Santal, Vetiver, Musk, Amber Woods, Tonka Bean
Perfumer: Amélie Bourgeois