Nomenclature Holy_wood Eau de Parfum


The Scent: A luminous modern version of the signature accord of the 1970s: Rose and Patchouli.

  • Classic floral notes of Rose and Jasmine, sprinkled with sparkling Pink Pepper, all on a bed of mystical Sandalwood and luxurious Suede.
  • The synthetic molecule is made from a sustainable, eco-friendly material derived from the fermentation of sugar cane.
  • Unisex.

Made in New York.

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Fragrance Notes

Floral, Leather, Musk

General Category

Eau de Parfum

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Nomenclature celebrates design in perfume chemistry by showcasing today’s most inspiring, exclusive molecules—so exclusive that some, known as “captives,” are zealously guarded by fragrance companies.

Through a series of sheer and streamlined compositions, Nomenclature explores their complex facets and their potential for protagonism. Demonstrating that these man-made hybrids of poetry and science have a beauty all their own. The beauty of modernity.

Holy_wood is a glamorous cinematic hippie scent. Clearwood® is the patchouli of the 21st century. In a neo-stalgic tribute to 1970s California, Holy_wood celebrates both the New Age spiritual awakening of the era and the creative explosion of the New Hollywood cinema movement. Master perfumer Frank Voelkl uses cutting-edge materials to create a luminous modern version of the signature accord of that decade: rose and patchouli. Shorn of its musty facets, the latter reincarnates as the ethereal Clearwood®. Rose Petal Nature Print®, an airy “capture” of flower’s scent, breathes life into the classic note, sprinkled with sparkling pink pepper SFE. Two floral divas, Bulgarian rose and jasmine sambac, add a touch of Golden-Age Hollywood glamour to the streamlined blend, on a bed of mystical sandalwood and luxurious suede. Turn on, tune in, waft out!

Fragrance Notes

    Top: Rose Petal, Pink Pepper

    Middle: Bulgarian Rose, Sambac Jasmine

    Base: Clearwood®, Sandalwood, Suede

Made in New York.