MCMC Fragrances Savann & Amara ~ new fragrances

MCMC Fragrances Savann

Indie line MCMC Fragrances has launched Savann and Amara, two new fragrances in the Humanity Fragrance Second Edition series.

This second iteration of her Humanity Fragrance Project - which is inspired by volunteer trips around the globe and is meant to evoke a feeling of compassion through its scents - took shape on a trip to Cambodia, where McClain fell in love with the people, local ingredients and landscape.

Savann (shown) ~ a fresh fragrance; "exuding the warm freshness of mango, water lily, lotus and musk, Savann is inspired by a child McClain met while volunteering at an orphanage".

Amara ~ a woody fragrance; "a luxurious scent of Kampot pepper, jasmine sambac, incense and Kambodi Oud; reminiscent of roots overtaking temple ruins".

MCMC Fragrances Savann and Amara can be found now at Anthropologie, in 50 ml Eau de Parfum, $58 each.

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  1. Absolute Scentualist says:

    The original perfume oil from the first Humanity project is just gorgeous. Both of these sound wonderful and I can’t wait to try them. Will there be samples available and does some of the proceeds go to Cambodian charities?

    • Robin says:

      I don’t know any more than what’s above…hopefully these will go on her website as well (they’re not there now) and there will be more info — and samples.

  2. nonnanina says:

    Love this concept. Influence of place and affordability makes these worthy in my book. Reminds me of the Hermes group of Un Jardin sur, etc. Worth a try, thanks for the info!

  3. Timothy says:

    Aw, MCMC makes some lovely fragrances (especially Phoenix). Amara sounds very promising as well! Love me some oud – incense, especially with autumn/winter coming.

    • Robin says:

      If Amara really smells like roots taking over a temple building, I’m there!

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