Maison Martin Margiela's First Fragrance Fittingly (Untitled)

Maison Martin Margiela's First Fragrance Fittingly (Untitled)

Although Margiela left his Maison last December, he apparently had been personally involved with every aspect of creating the house's first fragrance—from the juice itself, to the bottle and upcoming advertising campaign.

The fragrance, a "woody green floral" with notes of incense, bitter orange, jasmine, and cedar, is held in a Baron & Baron co-designed green-tinted bottle which appropriately has the effect of being dipped in white paint. Paris' Collette will have the first batch on January 25, and those of you in the U.S. will have to wait until it hits Margiela stores in March.

We're guessing there's also a hint of patchouli oil in there somewhere, as Margiela's models were often doused with the stuff before hitting the runway.

Source: WWD

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