I first heard about a Maision Martin Margiela perfume almost 2 years ago. Now, after such a long wait, the first Margiela smell is just around the corner; 20 years after the label launched and just after the founder has left the Maison.
Created in collaboration with perfumer Daniela Andrier, the unisex fragrance, called Untitled, will launch at Colette on January 25th and in March elsewhere.
The scent is described as “floral, woody, and very green” (including notes of fern) as well as “ambery and oriental.”
Of course, the bottle is dipped in white paint. Secretly, I was still hoping they would sell an empty bottle. Or a fluid without a scent (not to call it water). That would have been THE BEST.
p.s. perfumer Daniela Andrier is the nose behind YSL’s Rive Gauche, Gucci Rush for men, and several Prada fragrances.
Photo above by Susie Bubble, who also has a great post about the launch event.