Gather around scent enthusiasts; a monumental whiff of luxury wafts your way as Gabriela Hearst x Fueguia 1833 make their aromatic debut together. A fragrant tale of two giants, we’re about to journey through a universe where fashion meets fragrance, and innovation kisses tradition.
Spanning two years of careful alchemy, this union catapulted Gabriela Hearst into the enigmatic realm of perfumery while allowing Fueguia 1833 to dip its toes into the rich tapestry of fashion design. Gabriela, with roots firmly planted in Uruguay, generously sprinkled fragrant memories from her ranch in Paysandú. Add to this mix Fueguia 1833’s expertise, introducing unprecedented ingredients like Marcela and Carqueja, and you get scents that are not just perfumes, but reflections of memories, terrains, and contemporary femininity.
Drawing inspiration from Nobel-prized research on scent’s molecular structures, these fragrances wield the power of plant-origin musk. This magical component promises an olfactory journey that varies, morphing beautifully according to the individual’s skin chemistry.
Our first gem, Paysandú, serenades with a bouquet of floral notes, harmonized by Marcela’s tonic touch, Jazmín del País’s dominant tone, and Carqueja’s subtle undertones. The olfactory symphony also includes notes like Espinillo Flower and Palo Santo, ensuring a rich, multi-layered experience.
Contrastingly, New York resonates with woody notes and gourmand hues. The scent is headlined by Fir Balsam, accentuated by Tobacco’s strong presence, and the gentle embrace of Jacarandá Wood. Imagine the essence of Maple Resin, Cedarwood Virginia, and Tonka, and you’ll find yourself lost in a forest of olfactory delights.
Available in limited editions, only 315 bottles of each fragrance will grace the shelves of Gabriela Hearst and Fueguia 1833 stores. Retailing at $415 USD, it’s a luxurious testament to their shared ethos of reverence for nature, unwavering dedication to quality, and an innovative approach to luxury.