A fragrance of confidence with a splash of excitement which hints to a sparkling era of culture.
Mayfair, alive with entrepreneurial spirit and enterprise. Sparkling top notes of bergamot, grapefruit and lemon reveal a luminous heart of iris and rose. In the heart a delicate twist of herbal rosemary and thyme is interwoven add a fresh aromatic tone to a modern unisex fragrance. Concluding with a luxurious base of blonde woods, vetiver, musk and amber.
Berkeley Square, Mayfair - Summer 1988.
'After a period of becalming in culture, London felt alive again. Confidence and pride was everywhere; we were in love and having fun'.
"1988 uses big notes of rose, rosemary and thyme, blended with blonde woods, musk and amber to depict the newfound confidence of a city that never slept. Buoyant and unapologetic, 1988 takes you back to Berkeley Square, Mayfair, when 'London felt alive again'."Katy Young - Harpers Bazaar
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A FADED MEMORY
Louise Robertson - 1988
In the 80's I was in my late teens/early 20’s, and living off the New Kings Road. Most nights (too many nights) were spent in Crocodile Tears in the Fulham Road. Any excuse to celebrate - Beaujolais Nouveau and The Glorious Twelfth. Staggering back to our houses that almost ran in sequence down the Fulham Palace Road. Tootsies in the...