- Sep 2, 2018
Exciting. Kirkdjians blends and florals are his strong suits. I liked Demachy, but im excited none the less!
Oh man. I checked, but only in MFD and didnt see anything scrolling to the bottom. GFD is a more apt place for this, i just dont frequent there as much and didnt think of it. Admins feel free to merge or let this settle to the basenotes deep.Previous thread already posted: https://basenotes.com/threads/franc...francois-demachy-at-dior.519352/#post-5553819
he's a proponent of the use of synthetic ingredients in the fragrances creation
Flatness Continued 2: Electric FlatalooNothing new here, since FK already signed several fragrances for Dior, officially, or sometimes unofficially (fragrances signed by Demachy, who was the creative director, but often omitted to credit the various perfumers he hired - especially in the last 10 years).
To be honest: not surprised, and even less excited, in view of the past work of FK, that I am no fan of. (but nor was I a fan of Demachy, so... flatness continued, in my book).
I assume he'll keep running it since his line was purchased by LVMH group. But I can imagine the releases might slow down or become even more uninspired (is it possible??) because of the strain on his time and creative energies.I'm anxious to see what he does at Dior. I wonder what will happen to MFK as a house.
Part of me wonders if LVMH will have him doubling his talents as perfumer for both houses considering they own both, or if they'll hire someone else to make MFK perfumes. The latter of which makes me chuckle a bitI'm anxious to see what he does at Dior. I wonder what will happen to MFK as a house.
Interesting to see what masculine stuff he does given Dior's dichotomy of feminine-leaning purple florals and THE ambroxan blue fragrance. I'd be interested to see something that builds on the likes of Higher and Dune: softer, delicate, fresh men's fragrances that are FK's forte.Exciting. Kirkdjians blends and florals are his strong suits. I liked Demachy, but im excited none the less!