Internationally revered fragrance house Amouage introduced their latest collection Figment to Australia with a decadent lunch for prominent editors, bloggers and industry influencers.
The event took place at celebrated new restaurant Nour in Sydney’s Surry Hills, where guests were hosted by Agence de Parfum’s National Retail Manager Lucy Borland and Brand Manager Gavin Sommer, together with Amouage Australian press agency Élysée Collective.
For the event, Lucy’s Figment collection presentation focussed on a sensory experience where guests analysed a number of key ingredients within each scent, allowing them to engage their sense of smell a deeply personal way, ultimately understanding the complexity of the fragrant pyramid in each artful creation.
Renowned event stylist Sticks and Wicks captured this with an array of ornamental glass bowls, each containing a key ingredient, complimenting it with a decadent display of a vivid florals with a focus on colour and mood. Nour’s dedicated menu comprised an array of shared courses with an international flair.
Created by Amouage master perfumer and creative director Christopher Chong who brings his intelligence and self-exploration to the art of scent, the third chapter to Chong’s Portraits of Life, Figment Man and Woman is a deeply personal narrative of metamorphoses that draws on his personal life experiences, mutating them with other art forms and ideas to articulate and define his world through fragrance.
Amouage fragrances are available in Australia at Agence de Parfum’s retail arm Libertine Parfumerie, online through www.libertineparfumerie.com.au, as well as exclusively through selected David Jones department stores and other niche perfumeries in Australia and New Zealand.