Liberty launches bespoke fragrance service with Experimental Perfume Club

By Sarah Parsons | Published: 8-Jun-2018

The London micro-perfumery has expanded from fragrance workshops to its first collection Layers

The Experimental Perfume club, the open-access fragrance lab, has unveiled its debut capsule collection at Liberty.

Layers is a trio of fragrances designed to be worn alone, or blended allowing the consumer to create their own scent.

Each product represents a top, middle and base fragrance note. Wearers will be able to blend these scents with future product launches.

The collection includes Bergamot, a ‘top note’ edp, featuring citrus, bergamot oil, juniper berry oil, incense oil, olibanum resinoid, tea notes and iris resinoid.

The ‘mid layer’, Jasmine, includes osmanthus absolute, frangipani flowers and mineral notes.

Meanwhile, the ‘base note’, Sandalwood, contains musks with pink peppercorn, sandalwood oil, leather suede, vetiver and ambroxan.

The new line will launch exclusively at British department store Liberty before rolling out internationally.

Founded by perfumer Emmanuelle Moeglin in 2016, the Experimental Perfume Club is a space in east London lab specialising in bespoke perfumery for individuals and businesses, offering workshops and fragrance design services.

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