Atkinsons' Oud Save the King eau de parfum fuses luxurious oud with the smells of London. This fragrance combines earl grey tea, bergamot, and suede for an elegant, glamorous scent. Notes: oud, earl grey tea, bergamot, iris, suede.
3.4 fl oz/100ml.
An olfactory ode to dandyism, The British Bouquet is to be worn like the finest suit of bespoke tailoring, with Beau Brummel confidence and panache. For ladies and dandies, a veritable mist of the Isles inspired by Beau Brummel, intrepid pioneer of the 3-piece suit, and the model of the man who was born with a wisecrack on his lips and an eye for knockout sartorial elegance. Woven from velvety lavender, myrtle and malt, and lined with gilded citrus top notes of bitter orange and caviar lemon, The British Bouquet is impeccably finished with a leather accord that recalls the champagne-polished hessian boots of the dandy himself.
A languorous scent redolent of a cargo of Asian silk brocades steamship-bound for London, carefully packed in patchouli leaves. A mesmerising re-creation of the fragrance that seduced the most dazzling fashionistas of the late 19th-century, among them, Sarah Bernhardt. Fashion Decree summons up a time when precious silk brocades, arriving from the Far East in trunks packed with patchouli leaves, were all the rage at the court of Queen Victoria. An opulent patchouli perfume of far-flung origins. A fragrance for exquisitely dressed women with a passion for luxury.
This fragrance combines Casablanca lily lightened with wild chamomile and rhubarb…charming...and lasting on the skin.
Top notes: Casablanca lily.
Middle notes: chamomile, rhubarb.
Base notes: patchouli, vetiver.
3.3 fl oz/100ml
Oud Save the Queen eau de parfum is inspired by a captivating Hollywood enchantress. This fragrance combines jasime, orange blossom, and earl grey tea for a feminine, intriguing scent.
Notes: oud, jasmine, orange blossom, earl grey tea, bergamot, clove.
3.4 fl oz/100ml.
The grand return of Lawrence of Arabia to the fireside luxuries of London's most storied gentleman's club. Lawrence of Arabia ensconced in the splendour and leather Chesterfield comfort of a St. James gentleman's club, its weighty silence broken only by the occasional turning of a sheet of a newspaper, and the Oriental fragrance of Ottoman tobacco issuing from the depths of fearsomely upholstered winged armchairs. This rarified ambience is conveyed with almondy heliotrope flowers and dark tobacco, heightened with ginger and fiery peppercord and, finally, deepened with a rich ambery accord of benzoin and labdanum. A fragrance of immense leisure.