Some people come into your life and you just know, that no matter what part of the world you reside, you will always stay connected. That's Ulrich Lang.
From New York to Germany, Ulrich Lang, fragrance designer extraordinaire, is forever up to something good. Recently, I got my hands on a bottle of his latest release, Lightscape. And let me tell you, this is a scent to turn your nose up at — in full attention! Nominated for the Duftstars, Lightscape explores the interplay between the bold freshness of galbanum and Sicilian lemon against the delicate refinement of violet leaves.
This amazing fragrance can be worn by both men and women. In fact, my hubby and I have been fighting over it lately. It's citrusy, yet warm and settles beautifully. Top notes include: galbanum, lemon and violet leaves. Middle notes include: iris, rose, violet flower, cyclamen and cedarwood. And the base notes of musk, woods and creamy tonka bean add another layer of comforting warmth that is both subtle and sensuous.
Staying true to their roots in the art world, Lightscape's packaging is photographed by Amsterdam-based Elspeth Diederix, a visual artist who uses photography to register her sculptural ideas. Clean, dreamy, gorgeous.
The greatest aspect of this particular scent is its versatility. It's timeless and seasonless, and can be worn day into night.
Trust me, you'll want this on your man at all times. Well let's be honest, on you, too!