The last of our Hammersmith series is named after Ravenscourt Park, a beautiful public garden right near our studio.
The last of our Hammersmith series is named after Ravenscourt Park, a beautiful public garden right near our studio, and the home - we imagine - of a court of ravens nesting high in the chestnut trees. Court of Ravens is an incense rose at heart, with a chypre soul running through it, from oakmoss, styrax and labdanum at its roots. To bring glossy black glints of ravens’ wings, shining as they catch the light, Sarah added drops of Yakima peppermint, French lavender, cumin and pink grapefruit, with discretion. Patchouli, rose and musk are the Court of Ravens’ leaders. We like to think that it would be worn for weekends in Whitby, after midnight in the woods - everywhere that magic might happen.
Perfume Dialect: Rose chypre
Notes: citrus fruits, herbs, rose, oakmoss, patchouli, labdanum, Cashmeran, raven feathers, styrax, frankincense, iris, cistus, musk.