“Marylebone” the earthy scent produced when rain lands on the ground.
London, a September afternoon, grey clouds cover the skies. As the rain gently lands on the cobblestone streets, the bitter-sweet earthy fragrance of petrichor fills the air. Marylebone is the magical scent of rain and the earth combined.
“Marfa” a smokey bonfire in the desert, the strong fragrance of firewood and sweet endless passion.
Marfa, a September evening, the sunset begins by illuminating the clouds with a gentle orange glow. The grassy landscape reflects the warmth and fills the desert air with love and passion. A slight breeze blows in the soothing aroma of firewood burning in the distance. MARFA is the unforgettable fragrance of a desert bonfire and passion that feeds the soul.