Arco Spettro, Italian for "ghost arch", is Arpa Studios' first fragrance and is inspired by the emergence of life in the acidic baths of Dallol, Ethiopia. The resinous notes of opopanax, guaiac wood and vetiver are joined by the sparkling, spicy notes of nutmeg that emanate from the volcano's thick fumes. Once dissipated, it leaves the perfume with the power to reveal all those warm, metallic aldehyde notes as powerful as the lava flowing down its sides. This perfume inspired the composer Cyrus Bayandor to write the melody "Dallol" (Part 1 and 2).
Arpa Studios

Arco Spettro

266.00€ Incl. Tax
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families woody , aldehyc
head notes aldehyde, bay, nutmeg, opoponax
base notes gayac wood, vetiver, yemen incense
Alcohol Denat., Parfum (fragrance), Aqua (water), Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, Farnesol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool.

Arpa Studios

Barnabé Fillion, a self-taught French perfumer who learned from talented noses such as Christine Nagel or Victoire Gobin-Daudé, decided to found Arpa Studios in 2020, which takes its name from "arpa", the name of the precious musical instrument: the harp. A collection where synesthesia is in the spotlight: each creation associates an aroma with a landscape, a translucent color evoking a geographical memory, an auditory memory, or a material. The fragrances have inspired the composers Cyrus Bayandor, Erwan Sene and Joseph Schiano di Lombo for their melodies, conceived like frequencies.