The first of our Tessa Williams X 4160Tuesdays trio, bringing you the aromas of things we’d love to do, but recently haven’t been able to experience. Tessa asked us to make her three fragrances to bring to life the things we’d missed during lockdown, and one of them was getting seriously dressed up to go out dancing. This is a deep, floral musk with traditional iris and violet powdery notes, entwined with honeysuckle; quite the opposite of baby powder, this is only for adults. It hugs you inside an invisible fluffy blanket, and strokes you with skin tingling caresses. Tessa pictured Truman Capote’s infamous Black & White Ball of 1966, so Sarah gave this the style of a 1960s American voluptuous feminine perfume.
Perfume Dialect: Powdery Floral Musk
'A deep, floral musk with traditional iris and violet powdery notes and honeysuckle.'
Notes: lipstick, dusting powder, rose, violet, jasmine, iris, lily, bergamot, honeysuckle, vanilla, musk.