Andy Warhol found himself under Montauk’s spell while in search of a hiatus from life. He rented his mansion in the summer of 75 to the Rolling Stones, who were rehearsing for their pre-recording of what would be one of their greatest albums, ‘Black and Blue’, which included the melancholy ballad ‘Memory Motel’. This eponymous perfume is our burning tribute to those restless, turbulent times.
An androgynous perfume with notes of tobacco wrapped in patchouli leaves, pierced with a touch of vanilla.
Click on the vinyle and listen to the song Memory Motel by the Rolling Stones
EAU DE VOYAGE
ALEXANDRA & PHILIPPE
Alexandra and Philippe collaborated at Universal Music, where Alexandra served as Artistic Director and Philippe as Marketing Director. They wanted to go to other places, explore other passions, become independent, create differently. They meet up to talk about travel, poetry, spirituality, nature, and a willingness to build something with sincerity and ethics.
After leaving Universal, Philippe trained in the practice of Shiatsu, a Japanese energy massage technique inspired by the benefits of Chinese medicine. A venture into the Asian heritage that still fascinates him.
For Alexandra, travel is more than just a need to explore, it is a philosophy of life. Always off the beaten path, she travels the world and its continents. At the age of 20, she puts on a backpack and sets off in search of breathtaking places where hotels are imbued with discreet luxury.
By imagining ‘Une Nuit Nomade’, they convey their desire for French elegance, storytelling, and a love of changing landscapes. It is a call to live a unique sensory experience. An olfactory approach to the world where nature and luxury are inseparable.