VANINGER

120 €
eau de parfum 50ml





ambroxan
benzoin
fresh ginger
ginger co2 extract
hedione
heliotrope
kumquat
lemon
timbersilk
tolu balsam
turmeric
vanilla absolute
white musks











the balsamic richness of the vanilla absolute merging the sharp spiciness of the fresh ginger oil. that is the meaning of vaninger. sweetness becomes piquant and the other way round. this olfactive contrast is cover-layered with the airy shimmer of hedione and the fluffiness of heliotrope, which intertwining warmly, rounds up the composition into an adictively soothing fragrance.





OLFACTIVE INSPIRATION


botanical illustrations, precious natural raw materials and extraordinary molecules.

The starting point of ILLUSTRATED SERIES is not a narrative or memory to be translated into each fragrance. The creative process itself becomes the lead. Oliver leaves out any preconceived idea on the results and focuses on the elements of the olfactive inspiration of the series. The idea is modifying, exploring with no creative bounds, giving a new identity to natural ingredients, within an abstract process, which can start on a natural essence, a botanical illustration, or the smell of a molecule.



GRAPHICS


each fragrance includes an illustration created by Spanish artist Jose Manuel Hortelano. Hortelano interprets Oliver's olfactive fantasies through an image for every fragrance: pieces of visual, olfactory and emotional memories. From his fascination for laboratory instruments to the synthetic smells and the innocence of wild flowers.








SPAIN



EUROPE



UNITED STATES



REST OF THE WORLD







OLFACTIVE INSPIRATION


botanical illustrations, precious natural raw materials and extraordinary molecules.

The starting point of ILLUSTRATED SERIES is not a narrative or memory to be translated into each fragrance. The creative process itself becomes the lead. Oliver leaves out any preconceived idea on the results and focuses on the elements of the olfactive inspiration of the series. The idea is modifying, exploring with no creative bounds, giving a new identity to natural ingredients, within an abstract process, which can start on a natural essence, a botanical illustration, or the smell of a molecule.



GRAPHICS


each fragrance includes an illustration created by Spanish artist Jose Manuel Hortelano. Hortelano interprets Oliver's olfactive fantasies through an image for every fragrance: pieces of visual, olfactory and emotional memories. From his fascination for laboratory instruments to the synthetic smells and the innocence of wild flowers.



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