CORNUCOPIA, also known as the Horn of Abundance, is a symbol of an overflowing abundance, an outlook that focuses away from any kind of unmet personal need or desire. The expansive, all-encompassing scent makes you fall back, breathe easily and feel like you will never need anything else again. Andrea creates an ambiguous illustration of abundance that allows for many interpretations, the result is that ultimate luscious spring fragrance.
Each raw material represents its own component by weaving mini fragrances into the fragrance, which combine to form a complex composition. It's a modern blend that combines bitter, cold spices with warm, liquorice-like and animal notes. The dark atmosphere of the cumin, frankincense and styrax is enhanced by lighter ingredients like green and pink pepper and cypress wood. This goes well with the unique Bigarane note, a gentle green note that is reminiscent of petitgrain and can only be found in very few fragrance compositions. The black musk and candied fig develop the fragrance into an addicting and captivating, original and lucrative fragrance universe.
Green pepper, bigarane, cypress
Cumin, angelica, frankincense
Candied fig, styrax, black musk
ANDREA MAACK, by Icelandic artist Andrea Maack, was born through a series of fragrance art exhibitions and launched with an art installation titled "Eau de Parfum". All fragrances in the collection have been developed with a unique artistic approach using the highest quality raw materials and embody elements of Maack's travels, artistic explorations and her deep relationship with her home country Iceland. Approaching the world of perfumery with a fresh vision, the visual artist works closely with outstanding perfumers, including some well-known noses like Alienore Massente, Celine Ripert and Julien Rasquinet.