Andy Warhol found himself under Montauk’s spell while in search of a hiatus from life. He rented his mansion in the summer of 75 to the Rolling Stones, who were rehearsing for their pre-recording of what would be one of their greatest albums, ‘Black and Blue’, which included the melancholy ballad ‘Memory Motel’.
This eponymous perfume is our burning tribute to those restless, turbulent times.
An androgynous perfume with notes of tobacco wrapped in patchouli leaves, pierced with a touch of vanilla.
Olfactory Family: Woody, Leathery
Top notes: Bergamot
Heart notes: Iris, Incense, Carnation
Base notes: Mosses, Patchouli, Vanilla, Tobacco, Leather