Sicilian Leather: The new perfume from the Cuirs Nomades collection

by MEMO PARIS

Sicilian Leather enables you to experience the freshness and liveliness of a leather accord.


Solar, volcanic, invigorating: a composition carried by the sea winds, the island’s vegetation and the sovereign presence of Etna.


Solar, volcanic, invigorating: a composition carried by the sea winds, the island’s vegetation and the sovereign presence of Etna.


Italian bergamot oil. Bitter orange oil. On the Mediterranean’s greatest lady guards Mount Etna. The spirit of the volcano, its sovereign presence. Basalm fir and white leather. An island of character, made for a zesty, energetic, eruptive leather accord. Warm and invigorating simultaneously. From the alleys of the vibrant Palermo, between cardamom and coriander seed oil, on the flowery heights of Taormina, a violet-leaf accord, into the Valley of the Temples, the beautiful Sicilian soul unfolds. In its lands, in its mountains, a path of resins and woods winds its way. Cedar atlas oil, gaiac wood oil. For her, a perfume that is as telluric as it is aerial, which allows the encounter of water and fire, cedrat and leather.



“He recalls the leathery scent of sweat on the fur of the sky the night before. He thinks, without being able to put it exactly into words, like a secret whispered into the interstices, he thinks that fragrances are encounters.”


To continue the journey, Memo Paris loves the company of artists, author and illustrator, who let their imagination wander according to the landscape.

To continue the journey, Memo Paris loves the company of artists, author and illustrator, who let their imagination wander according to the landscape.

Benoît Reiss: born in 1976, he studied literature in Lyon then in Paris, lived in Japan. He is the author of a dozen books, which go between poetry and novel, and is co-director of Les Editions Cheyne. At the heart of his texts is the power of the imaginary.



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