For his Freedom collection, Mark Buxton, a perfumer combining English chic and rock energy, is inspired by music. The four new fragrances take up Queen's famous song "I Want To Break Free". His bottles with their baroque and punk spirit reflect the thrilling emotion present in each of his creations. For Mark, a fragrance should be like a good jazz song, vibrant and harmonious. Three fetish ingredients, vetiver, ambergris and davana, are used in each of the fragrances, for a meticulously balanced result.
I Want distinguishes itself from other chypre fragrances by its intense and sparkling fruity touch of red berries and blackcurrant in the top notes. The heart of white flowers of neroli, iris, jasmine, magnolia and tuberose melts into modern woody and green notes thanks to vetiver. The result is fruity and intensely woody, making the fragrance addictive.
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Born in England, Mark studied in Hamburg before falling in love with Paris, where he has lived for more than 20 years. He is the author of fragrances for major luxury brands such as Givenchy, Versace, Van Cleef & Arpels, Paco Rabanne, Burberry, Cartier, Chopard, Ferré. The audacity of his olfactory creativity was fully expressed with the first Comme des Garçons perfume.
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