Tasmanian Lavender: A French Affair Born of Provence Lavender introduced to Tasmania’s rich climate a century ago, Purple Suede expresses the scent of aromatic fields of sunburnt lavender, where blossoms are crisped by the fierce heat of the sun. Paired with the scent of rust-colored leather saddles, this sensual perfume reveals a distinctly rich and dry sillage.
Purple Suede opens with a violet flash of Tasmanian Lavender – rich in its complex sweetness and clean, aromatic freshness. The richness of amber settles atop Woodleather– a smoky, sensuous accord of deeply-patina saddle leather and dark woods. A perfume of precious woods, spices, luxurious leather– Purple Suede is a sophisticated lavender with an ode to pristine quality.
Tasmanian Lavender, Pink Pepper (Reunion Island), Hyssop Flowers (France), Wood, Leather, Patchouli (Indonesia), Oakmoss, Civet, Amber, Oud