Shades of turquoise melt into yellow then coal black as Spessa crashes over and rolls into skin. A scent that conveys the enigmatic, addictive conflict of life, Spessa is all contrast and contradiction. Marine lichen (an improbably scented element?) seems to refer to the concentrated bursts of aromatic scent that populate the surface of this scent: we imagine little cyanobacteria flowers, afloat on the sea’s surface, each one a veritable snowflake, an olfactory original.
At one moment marine lichen might smell like a bouquet of seaside herbs, the next seaweed, the next a half-smashed sea fruit, slowly pickling inside it’s in hot sand. If marine lichen are unmissable pop of Spessa, aquatic notes are this scent’s negative space. Aquatic notes appear as deep, ever-shifting layers of blue and green, flown out beneath and behind marine lichen, a satin-silk, thickly layered voile of pure, cool color. A dew accord is fine salt mist gossamer that captures and reflects shards of light into tiny, glinting stars. A amorphous mermaid of a power scent, Spessa is guaranteed to suck you into its undertow.
Marine Lichen, Aquatic Notes, Dewy Accord