Moth and Rabbit - La Haine - Eau de Parfum
The confrontational notes of metal and burnt rubber provide instant alertness, ready for a day full of unexpected twists and turns.
La Haine (Hate) is inspired by Mathieu Kassovitz's 1995 black and white suspense film of the same name. The film is about three young friends and their struggle to live in the multi-ethnic Parisian banlieues. The film is a dark and gritty portrait of racial conflict and police brutality, a sentiment reflected in the fragrance.
A calm yet confrontational scent that traces your neck like a sharp cold blade with bucchu sulphur, metallic bloody notes and cold aldehyde‘s. There is a feeling that something is going to happen with burnt rubber, cold cedar notes creating a concrete effect, combined with birch tar, leather and bay oil.
Dying out on a cold, damp cellar smell with cedar at- las, dark musk and moss.
Watch the perfume:
a slap, arousing consciousness, shattered glass, polished gun steel igniting winter skylines, worn soles in housing projects, freefalling, cold sweat breaking at night, burnt tracks drawn on cracked pavements, triggers falling back, dust moving forward, flashbacks, time standing still