Posted on May 21, 2017 by Matriarch Blog
House of Matriarch is pleased to announce what Perfumer Christi Meshell is calling one of the "most exciting projects" she has ever released.
SEATTLE, WA: 25 years have passed since Laura Palmer, the troubled coquette who worked at the perfume counter of Horne's Department Store in David Lynch's Twin Peaks, made her impression on the minds and hearts of an entire generation. Since, the resounding echoes and haunting chords of the soundtrack have kept her memory and the mysteries surrounding her death brewing in the collective consciousness. They also ignited the creative inspiration for a collection of perfumes both "wonderful and strange".
Residing near the Snoqualmie Forest where the series was filmed, our Perfumer has a deep knowing of how the dark woods depicted in the series would smell. In a video of Angelo Badalamenti, the composer of the famous soundtrack, he recounts the story of how he and David Lynch sat together at his piano to co-compose the soundtrack. As she followed along, Christi began to imagine the aromas which seemed to accompany the famous question still being asked: "Who killed Laura Palmer?"
LIMITED EDITION - VINTAGE 2017
13% of the proceeds from the sale of the Wonderful & Strange Liquid Music Collection of Twin Peaks perfume will be donated to The David Lynch Foundation for consciousness-based education and world peace.
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Posted on September 19, 2016 by Matriarch Blog
House of Matriarch's latest fragrance release Kazimi has drawn applause from fragrance critics and connoisseurs. With seven varieties of natural rose from around the world, nothing else can compare.
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Posted on February 16, 2015 by Matriarch Blog
"What fabulous fragrances. Daft Love reminds me of wonderful older teenage moments. Oh My Stars reminds me of expensive fashion and sex. That's within the first hour. It's nice when you can't distinguish specific scents but the outcome is smooth and becomes one single scent/moment." - House of Matriarch customer, Robert Bradford
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