Gri Gri fragrances draw their inspiration from the history of tattoos.
Throughout the ages and across cultures, tattooing, which has become an art form, has evoked the power of being unique while belonging to a group.
Like a transmitter and a receiver of messages, the skin inspires fragrances with singular, ancestral and spiritual languages.
The Japanese art of tattooing called Irezumi is a thousand years old.
UKIYO-E captures our imagination, bringing to mind prints of the floating world and the Edo period’s Kabuki theatre.
Sakura and ashibi flowers endow this fragrance with woody notes and hints of rose, while Genmaicha adds a smokiness, creating an elegant, unique vapour trail that makes time stand still with its aquatic notes.
Top notes: genmaicha -yuzu, aralia
Heart notes: daphné, green tea
Base notes: sakura-ashibi