Macabre fantasy of decadent shadows and drama, unfolding from a fresh salty breeze to the deep dark underwater with blurry black tones, exuberant flora and a binding touch of wood.
Master perfumer Mark Buxton
A slaty breeze by the see at night, a faded memory.
Wet rocks, fallen leafs, ripe fruits, burnt sugar, velvet void.
Dusty stage drapes in a theatre, a reflection in a hazy mirror.
Violet leaf abs, Davana, Freesia
Narcisse abs, Lovage, Cist abs, Salt accord
Dates, Oakwood, Opoponax resin, Vetiver, Patchouli, Cedar atlas
Our perfumes are crafted in small batches, using rare and rich ingredients, making them quite a distinguishing smells. Bottle caps for Dead Air are made by hand from imperfectly beautiful charcoal encapsulated in epoxy resin resulting in unique shapes and shades, each is one of a kind — a true masterpiece.