Room 1015 Ten Fifteen – Eau de Parfum – Sample
Room 1015 Ten Fifteen – Eau de Parfum – Sample
   

“A woody and wild fragrance as a tribute to the 1970's Rock N' Roll era. I tried to imagine what could be the scent of this hotel room in which so many things have happened! A burned Sandalwood with fresh notes of mandarin and violet was a perfect match for a rebel touch. Rock On..." Dr. Mike (Room 1015 Founder)

Perfumer: Jérôme Epinette

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass bottle with atomizer

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool.

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Room 1015
Ten Fifteen – Eau de Parfum – Sample

Eau de Parfum
€4.90 * / 0.0015 Stk.

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

In stock
2-3 Delivery time

  • Less waste
  • Vegan
  • Travel-size

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Ten Fifteen – Eau de Parfum – Sample
Sample

Ten Fifteen - Eau de Parfum by Room 1015 reminds of the 70s... Rock ‘n’ roll catches fire in the California sun. The creative charge shoots out like a gun. Room 1015 is the theater of the delirious nonsense that electrified these years of decadence. A trashed hotel room, an outlet for opiated passion, inspired a do-good Mandarin crashed by animal Sandalwood. Citrus explodes under the blows of burnt wood. Saffron sweat falls in droplets onto a bed of Violets. Iris powder, a mist sniffed on the skin, floats away from crumpled sheets scented of sin. Papyrus cracks in supple, wilted shreds on the walls, which fracture and fall. The space expands. Behind it all stands a battlefield, the ferocious call of caged wild cats.

Top Notes: Saffron, Mandarin
Heart Notes: Iris, Violet
Base Notes: Sandalwood, Papyrus, Gaïac Wood

Room 1015
Room 1015
Gegründet: 2015
Herkunft: France

Stop and rewind to a time when the Continental Hyatt Hotel, aka the “Riot House,” was the place to be. The 70s was a decade of total delirium for any self-respecting rock group. And L.A. was an inevitable stop on the journey. The motorcycles in the hallways, the rooftop pool overflowing with bubbles, Jim Morrison dangling from a balcony, the epic battles of Keith Moon from The Who… Or, even more iconic, the Christ-like Robert Plant who took himself for a Golden God above the Sunset Trip with his angel’s hair, Nepalese bracelets and skimpy T-shirt ...More

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