Thunder, a blast of wind, damp moss, the first heavy drops of late spring shower, dust rising up into the air, fresh leafage, moist bark, shadowy animals and obscure treasures of earth... Villanelle blends a pastoral theme with an obsessive dark image of the subject...
...often moving from obsession to acceptance through the simple movements of repetition, perhaps the villanelle teaches us something about sharing and returning, integrating, and learning to let go: good lessons for our time. - Annie Finch, Villanelles by Everyman's Library
bergamot, marjoram, lavender, jasmine, rose, clary sage, violet, blackcurrant, vetiver, frankincense
Kamila Aubre perfumes are made of high quality botanical raw materials. They are formulated, blended and packed by hand in her studio in a small town near Antwerp.