Vibrant notes of effervescent bergamot and zesty green mandarin with herbal hints of basil, spearmint and spice.
With a warm, powerful heart of cypress and jasmine, this bold unisex Eau de Parfum contains base notes of cedarwood, moss and musk with amber to create longevity and a woody undertone, which develops early and sustains the fragrance.
1962 Eau de Parfum is a fragrance of unbridled affection to an era of love, modernism and evolution. In the summer of 1962, music, art and colour had lifed Soho into a world of its own, where coffee bars and rock clubs held court. Visiting London for the first time in 1962, the smells of spices, herbs and fruits welcomed your arrival into the city's bohemian quarter.
South of Carnaby Street, Soho - Summer 1962. 'A gentle touch of effortless affection, a memory of being in love and holding the future in our hands'.
"A deliberately retro mix of mandarin, jasmine and musk – is ridiculously sexy; a fragrance Sean Connery’s Bond would have worn."Lee Kynaston - The Telegraph
The Fragrance Journals are a series of four unique Eau de Parfums, capturing the heart and soul of London throughout the decades of the 1920s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Each fragrance weaves and knits its way through the fabric of a key moment, district, and culture of the time, bringing out a true reflection of a city which has the...
A FADED MEMORY
George Skeggs - 1962
An extract from George's fragrance journal entry:
Being a 'teenager' in the late 1950s and early 1960s London was, slowly but surely, the place to be. The birth of fashion in Carnaby Street and on the King's Road, with styles based on both the Italian and French look, and, of course, Soho for music. All these things would be my destination...