Find your Arizona state of mind in an innovative fragrance of living cactus flower and creamy orris accord with afternotes of jasmine, orange blossom, solar accord, musk, and cashmeran. An Article in Harper's Bazaar 2018 called it the "Perfume of the Year" and the designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez "worked hard to make sure you could smell the sun in each mist; it's the bottled essence of daytime in the dessert".
The scent was inspired when the two designers lost cell phone service in Grand Canyon. They tuned out and tuned in and found inspiration in their surroundings. Even the bottle they chose was inspired by local crystal shops. Curvature of geodes and canyon crags helped create the imperfectures of the bottle itself. It has ridges and soft edges, it's not a bottle with clean cut lines. It has character.
The scent is nice and not overpowering and it's different than most of the other perfumes I have smelled. I like it and would recommend checking it out if you are into new scents that are not main stream.
Get in touch with your core elements and try out Arizona. The have a 3oz option for $130 or 1.7oz for $100. To find out more about the fragrance or to order, please go to: https://www.proenzaschouler.com/sets/fragrance
Saks Fifth Ave also carries the perfume.
Thanks Proenza Schouler for sending over some Arizona!