Wardé is a flower that gives; generous as all flowers are.
Flowers can be beautiful; Wardé is beauty.
Flowers give us food; Wardé is existence.
Flowers are used for emotions; Wardé is symbolic.
Flowers give us so much; Wardé is generosity in a fragrance.
Wardé is a reflection of the beauty of abundance, prosperity, and richness.
Because flowers play an important part of our everyday life, we wanted the fragrance that holds the name of the collection “Wardé” to embody this role. If you take a look around you, you will find flowers available in one form or another, whether it’s an art piece, a design on a print, carpet, cutlery, clothes, linen, buildings… The list is endless. After working alongside renowned French perfumer Alix Miral, Wardé was created.
Experiencing the fragrance, you are immediately taken in with the richness of the notes. A dark and hypnotic absinthe in the top is lifted in freshness by the use of armoise, pine and a deep black currant note.
The heart of Wardé inspires a combination of white flowers, jasmine, orange blossom, violet and rose amongst the notes, working in unison to deliver the flowery concoction.
Oud in the base – combined with the green-ness of fir balsam, moss, and patchouli – pairs with the sweetness of balsamic notes to give Wardé its long-lasting appeal.