Brooklyn flowering in the early aughts where wild packs of dogs roamed free among savage weeds and anything seemed possible.
Notes from the maker: I moved to Brooklyn in 2002 when I was 22. Almost everyone I knew was doing something interesting. Once I left a poker game at 3 am in Bushwick. As I stepped onto the street. I was shocked to encounter a wild pack of dogs–the alpha leader, the Lil’ scruff, the dame, etc. New York was wild; it seemed like anything was possible. You could study the weeds that grew out of the cracks in Brooklyn, and even start a perfume company out of nowhere.
|TOP NOTES||HEART NOTES||BASE NOTES|
|spike lavender||vetiver grass||suede|
|wayside herbs||lavender flowers||asphalt|