Marfa Eau de Parfum MEMO

With Marfa, the 'Art Land' collection from Memo Paris is born. Inspired by artistic destinations, ... Learn more
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With Marfa, the 'Art Land' collection from Memo Paris is born. Inspired by artistic destinations, Marfa is a tribute to the town in Texas known for its desert and stars. With the absolutes of Orange Blossom and Tuberose along with White musk, this floral scent is an mysterious invitation to gaze skyward

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With Marfa, the 'Art Land' collection from Memo Paris is born. Inspired by artistic destinations, Marfa is a tribute to the town in Texas known for its desert and stars. With the absolutes of Orange Blossom and Tuberose along with White musk, this floral scent is an mysterious invitation to gaze skyward

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Oil of mandarin, orange blossom absolute, agave accord, tuberose absolute, oil of ylang ylang, oil of sandalwood, oil of cedar, vanilla seed, white musk.
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Memo Paris was founded in 2007 by Clara Molloy and her husband John. They see fragrance as a journey, forging its identity around magical destinations and potent raw materials. This desire for travels to far-off places and encounters is the very reflection of the founding couples: she the Parisian-Catalan poet, he the sporty Irish globetrotter. Both have explored the world of perfume to produce a collection of scents based on places they have visited and loved: Ethiopia, Bhutan, Indonesia and Russia, amongst others. Each evokes a different memory and is ideal for those wanting to carry the world with them, wherever they may go. Through four collections, Memo recharts the map of a sensory world steeped in emotion, revisited with fragrances, ingredients and sensations. The motto: ‘The journey is the destination’.