French perfumer Anais Beguine is best known for her beautiful line of perfume and home fragrance Jardins D’Ecrivains, launched in 2011, which has drawn its inspiration from literary characters including the Elizabethan playwrighter Kit Marlowe (Marlowe) and Beat Novelist William S. Burroughs (Junky). Last year, Anais introduced Les Cocottes de Paris inspired by famous Courtesans.
At Esxence 2016 with Anais Beguine (photo Darryl DO)
At Esxence 2016, Anais launched Gri Gri with three fragrances MOKO MAORI, TARA MANTRA and UKIYO-E which were based on tattoo art of ancient civilizations. The newest addition is SIDESHOW which takes us to the 19th century traveling circuses and freak shows that were so popular in the USA. The the tattooed lady was always a draw. So step right up…
Top Note: Bubblegum
Heart Note: Cotton Candy, Apple Candy
Base: hyracum, tolu balsam and leather
Via Anais but copy is CaFleureBon
Launching in September 2016 100ml/$110