Want to smell like Rick Owens' Spring/Summer 2022 collection? There's a fragrance for that.
Limited to 1,000 editions, the creation doesn't come cheap. $1,700 gets you a cocktail of fragrant components sourced from around the world, as well as some very opulent packaging.
Where to begin? First off, the 50 milliliter bottle comes swaddled in a wooden box (crafted from silver fir trees) lined in camel skin (fur intact).
The bottle itself — specifically, its rose-shaped cap — is similarly opulent. Handmade in Italy, the bronze and silver bud is carved with a tiny monkey, adding a simian touch to the olfactory design piece.
As for the actual scent, it's a sweet, woody citrus that boasts Calabrian bergamot top notes, a palo santo heart, and an amber and vanilla base — think of it as a citrus gourmand.
Though information on the origins of the perfume are scarce, it appears to date back to 2017, according to a post on Owens's Twitter. Since then, Lamy has birthed a handful of other fragrance projects, including a rare, untitled scent encased in a silver tube and a collaboration with Edward Bess.
As Owens tweeted, the fragrances are hand-mixed by Lamy. So if you trust her nose — and aren't turned off by the perfume's camel skin box — LAMYLAND: The Fragrance might just have your name written all over it.