The fragrance takes its inspiration from the unabbreviated song title: D. D. and E. is a floral exploration of daylight, dreams, and echoes. You are a passenger in a car on a back road along the coast on a sunlit day. You close your eyes and feel the shadows of the trees move across your eyelids as you feel the breeze. A portrait of happiness in a moment of time.
- Top notes
- Mimosa, Neroli, Tangerine
- Middle notes
- Orris, Osmanthus
- Base notes
- Elderflower, Frangipani, Green Tea, Rose, Tuberose
- Scent families
- Citrus, Floral, Green
- Alcohol, Parfum (Fragrance), Water (Aqua), Geraniol, Farnesol, Citronellol, Eugenol, Benzyl Salicylate, Hydroxycitronellal, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Coumarin
Inspired by This Mortal Coil
This Mortal Coil was a gothic dream pop collective led by Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of the British record label 4AD. Although Watts-Russell and John Fryer were technically the only two official members, the band’s recorded output featured a large rotating cast of supporting artists, many of whom were signed to, or otherwise associated with, 4AD. About half of the songs released were cover versions, often of 1960s and 1970s psychedelic and folk acts. On each of the band’s three LPs, at least one song would also be a cover of a 4AD artist, and most of the original songs were instrumentals.
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