The company say:
A perfume without compromises, a world where light merges into darkness and gravity floats over time.
An experiment and a gamble that delivers this exclusive high quality perfume hidden in the shadow of mystery. The unique Aeon001 perfume bottle is designed to hold preciously its floating content, a liquid gem suspended in the air ready to awake all the senses. Air is replacing thickness and lightness is fighting with darkness to sublimate in pleasure. The Aeon001 bottle is handmade using borosilicate glass for a total volume of 65 ml.
For the perfumer a dream came true, releasing an experimental scent, regardless of commercial or brand driven restrictions, for a limited circle of yet unknown friends and lovers of rare fragrances.
Aeon001 is challenging the perception of vetiver blending it with white flowers, smoke and spices together with a translucent layer of glowing resins.
Aeon 001 fragrance notes
- vetiver, white flowers, smoke, spices, resins
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Latest Reviews of Aeon 001
Which is no surprise because he loves Jicky and this is a brighter and cheaper version of it.
If it had been sold as an honest dupe at 30% of the price, it would have been alright.
But whatever, it doesn't exist any more so just get the Jicky.
Does for vetiver what Antonio Gardoni's more recent MEM has done for lavender: vetiver from another planet. I honestly can't remember whether I'd guessed that Aeon 001 was Gardoni's work prior to the big reveal* on Luca Turin's defunct blog, but in retrospect, it should have been obvious. A pungent, licorice-leaning vetiver and a boatload of cypriol sit atop the kind of simultaneously medieval-medicinal/animalic accord that has become Gardoni's calling card. (See MAAI, MEM, Cologne Reloaded, or Gardelia for examples.) If there were ever any doubt as to whether anything new or distinctive could be done with vetiver, this ought to dispel it. There is a weird compelling/repellent tension in Aeon 001's structure that keeps me coming back to it again and again. While I don't find it all that easy to wear, I can't seem to keep myself from trying.
*The schtick behind Aeon Perfumes is that they won't reveal the nose behind each limited edition scent until the entire stock sells out. Silly, if you ask me, but I suppose everybody needs a gimmick these days.