"Woozy and warmfrom the sun, we shared an orange pop and watched the surfers' last lines of the day."
When Clementine Cope set foot in snow deeper than her knees, she knew it was for the last time. Leaving the rural Montana home she’d been raised in, with no plans other than to follow the setting sun, she’d wake up every morning and head towards the warmth; dreaming of Dennis Wilson, push pops in the sand, and convertibles.
Her journey covers thousands of miles and delivers her first-ever view of the ocean. By the time summer hits, Clem is consumed by an incomprehensible joy. She finally stops traveling when she settles into a ramshackle surf camp with newfound friends from the hills of Topanga, California. Now realizing for the first time her journey is only beginning.
WHEN TO WEAR: The obvious choice is to plunge into this fragrance at the peak of summer, allowing the cool citrus to wash your worries away. Less obvious is to douse yourself in the darker months, letting your skin soak up the sun and radiate it outward when it matters most.
The Sniff on Sundrunk: "Orange can be a beautiful note in perfumery, softer and more forgiving than it’s sourer cousin, lemon, and less harshly mouth-watering than lime, it’s often a warm, calming and enveloping fragrance. In Sundrunk this is indeed the case, the opening notes are cheerful and uplifting but the softness is mitigated somewhat by the sourness of rhubarb and the bitterness of neroli to give it an edge." Read full review