An Impression Of
Me·cha·no Philia

By Cornelia


»When I smelled the me·cha·no PHILIA perfume I imagined a dystopian romantic sci-fi novel, a flower stands like a Cassandra-esque foreshadowing on steel surface. A cold sterile room, the air infused with a rubbery sweet smell. A disrobed body enters, settling near the flower.«
- Cornelia Thonhuaser

About im·pres·sions
Instead of imposing an image for a perfume on our creative audience, we’ve asked them to share their own interpretation of the fragrance; through video, image and audio. We believe these submissions are the most honest and accurate representations for these fragrances, because they come out of real connection and interaction with the fragrance. Rather than experiencing the fragrance through the lens of FOLIE's visual communications these images and stories unfold through the users own personal experience. Our audience become authors in both the olfactive and visual narrative. This project is a digital introduction to the launch of our FOLIE olfactive print publication on contemporary scent culture.

To contribute to im·pres·sions email
and a selection of perfumes will be mailed to you.


Olfacto PHILIA Series