Frama - Eau de Parfum

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1917

Top: Bergamot and Cedar wood
Heart: Rose and Lilac
Base: Patchouli, Seaweed and Oak moss

An interpretation of the classical Chypre from 1917, wooden notes of Moss and Grass from the Mediterranean Cypriot flora creates a deep, mysterious character. This contemporary interpretation is blended with layers of Rose, Lilac and Seaweed to form a green, vibrant expression. Created in collaboration with Kunsthal Aarhus, which was established the same year. 

 

Beratan

Top: Orange, Bergamot
Heart: Oud, Carnation, Cinnamon
Base: Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli

Handcrafted in Italy, this refreshing new scent was originally created on Bali, Indonesia. With a deep, botanical bouquet and warm notes that evoke the tropics, Beratan is a mild and inviting fragrance.

 

Komorebi

Key notes: Yuzu, Osmanthus, Jasmine, Cypress
Aroma: Citrus, Floral, Woody

Evocative of the Japanese notion encapsulating the feeling of light as it travels through, Komorebi is a delicate scent captivating the senses. A light floral formulation that embraces the connection to textured and organic spatial experiences. Washi paper and woven straw. A passage of time and significance.

 

St Pauls

Top: Lemongrass, Bergamot
Heart: Coriander, Roman Chamomile, Lavender
Base: Mysore Sandalwood, Vetiver, Cedarwood, Olibanum

The first scent in the Apothecary Collection, with inspiration from the Frama Studio in Copenhagen - the Org. St. Pauls Apotek from 1878. Handcrafted in Denmark, with notes of Lemongrass, Cedarwood and Sandalwood this earthy and deep formulation maintains a distinctive freshness, firmly linking it to the Frama universe, where past and present seamlessly intertwine. St. Pauls is a natural Eau de Parfum that evolves into a distinct individual scent.

 

Brand description  

Frama is a Copenhagen-based design company with a versatile and multi-disciplinary approach. Ranging from furniture to small items, the Frama collections focus on solid materials with natural finishes and simple geometry. The objects within the collection are a return to basics, where the design appearance aims to be honest and pure. Working within the area of design archetypes, Frama represents a graphical and straightforward aesthetic approach to design.