Remarkable People

A fresh perfume for someone remarkable
Citrusy
Spicy
Woody
Notesamberblack peppercardamomchampagnecurry spices essensegrapefruitjasminelabdanumlorenoxsandalwood
Style for her for him unisex
Remarkable People - Etat Libre d'Orange - Bloom Perfumery

A zingy citrus, with champagne fizziness, sweet spices and gentle sandalwood/amber theme in the drydown.

It's a cosy happy perfume, easy to like and easy to wear and according to the house, it's the wearer who will make it quite remarkable.

Perfumer: Cecile Matton

A novel material: curry essence, extracted with a breakthrough method where the resulting oil is a true rendition of the original material's aroma.

The Etat Libre d'Orange's story for this perfume:

In classical mythologies, there were the demigods, the offspring of a god and a human, or a mortal who was raised to divine status. An ancient Greek poet used the word demigod as a synonym for hero. They demonstrated strength and power, a willingness to face challenges and confront danger.

In the New World, there were the explorers, who discovered unknown lands. They were heroes too, battling forces of nature to find new territories. And throughout history — scientists, artists, composers, entertainers — all heroes in their own way.

New heroes are born every day. There is an element, or an event, or a circumstance, or maybe just a quirk in their personalities that changes them, empowers them, enables them to transcend the ordinary. They believe in something different, something better. They want to change the rules, break the rules, alter the status quo, in whatever grand or small way they find meaningful. They are on a journey, and maybe it’s the effort alone that makes them remarkable.

For some, their efforts bring fame and glory. Many others remain unknown. But they cannot — they should not — be ignored.

These are our people — the remarkable citizens of Etat Libre d’Orange, the Orange Free State. The “un” people — uncompromising, unexpected, unconventional, unpredictable. We salute them, we honor them, by offering the extraordinary fragrance they deserve.

Notesamberblack peppercardamomchampagnecurry spices essensegrapefruitjasminelabdanumlorenoxsandalwood
Style for her for him unisex

A zingy citrus, with champagne fizziness, sweet spices and gentle sandalwood/amber theme in the drydown.

It's a cosy happy perfume, easy to like and easy to wear and according to the house, it's the wearer who will make it quite remarkable.

Perfumer: Cecile Matton

A novel material: curry essence, extracted with a breakthrough method where the resulting oil is a true rendition of the original material's aroma.

The Etat Libre d'Orange's story for this perfume:

In classical mythologies, there were the demigods, the offspring of a god and a human, or a mortal who was raised to divine status. An ancient Greek poet used the word demigod as a synonym for hero. They demonstrated strength and power, a willingness to face challenges and confront danger.

In the New World, there were the explorers, who discovered unknown lands. They were heroes too, battling forces of nature to find new territories. And throughout history — scientists, artists, composers, entertainers — all heroes in their own way.

New heroes are born every day. There is an element, or an event, or a circumstance, or maybe just a quirk in their personalities that changes them, empowers them, enables them to transcend the ordinary. They believe in something different, something better. They want to change the rules, break the rules, alter the status quo, in whatever grand or small way they find meaningful. They are on a journey, and maybe it’s the effort alone that makes them remarkable.

For some, their efforts bring fame and glory. Many others remain unknown. But they cannot — they should not — be ignored.

These are our people — the remarkable citizens of Etat Libre d’Orange, the Orange Free State. The “un” people — uncompromising, unexpected, unconventional, unpredictable. We salute them, we honor them, by offering the extraordinary fragrance they deserve.