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In “Interaction of Color,” Joseph Albers asserts that “color is almost never seen as it really is—as it physically is. This fact makes colors the most relative medium to art.” Fragrance, like color, shares this property of subjectivity, its experience changing with each interaction. In IMPRESSIONS, we depart from the brand story of a perfume and hear from the audience, the wearer of the fragrance. These singular reflections are a reminder that a perfume is not fixed—rather, it carries a multitude of meanings and dimensions.

SEEK
It Smells Like...

SEEK

by Mara Corsino
KAFKA ON THE SHORE
It Smells Like...

KAFKA ON THE SHORE

by Jean-Vincent Simonet
AMORE
It Smells Like...

AMORE

by Katrien de Blauwer
ASPHIXIO-PHILIA
It Smells Like...

ASPHIXIO-PHILIA

by Cornelia Thonhauser
POST TENEBRAS LUX
It Smells Like...

POST TENEBRAS LUX

by Axel Morin
POST TENEBRAS LUX
It Smells Like...

POST TENEBRAS LUX

by Hannah Rose
DACRY-PHILIA
It Smells Like...

DACRY-PHILIA

by Prue Stent and Honey Long
NORWEGIAN WOOD
It Smells Like...

NORWEGIAN WOOD

by Katrien de Blauwer
SOLITUDE IS BLISS
It Smells Like...

SOLITUDE IS BLISS

by Jean-Vincent Simonet
TALK TO HER
It Smells Like...

TALK TO HER

by Cornelia Thonhauser
BLACK
It Smells Like...

BLACK

by Mara Corsino
ASPECTS OF
It Smells Like...

ASPECTS OF

by Gleeson Paulino
THE LOBSTER
It Smells Like...

THE LOBSTER

by Julie van der Vaart
DAISIES
It Smells Like...

DAISIES

by Rita Lino
ENTER THE VOID
It Smells Like...

ENTER THE VOID

by Matt Lambert