While she was studying art in college, Dawn Spencer Hurwitz got a job working at a Boston perfumery called Essense On Newbury Street. She found her calling, and eventually bought the business and moved to Colorado, where she established Essence Oils and a higher end line, Parfums des Beaux Arts. She has also developed perfumes for other companies, including Eau for Jules & Jane, and Boheme and Cielo for Flora Napa Valley (Cielo was created in collaboration with Christopher Brosius of CB I Hate Perfume).
Recent fragrances from Dawn Spencer Hurwitz
Recent releases include:
2014: La Reine des Fleurs, Peony, White Lilac & Metropolis, Scent of Hope, Vanilla Bourbon Intense, Jacinthe de Sapphir, Deco Diamonds, Rubis Rosé & Fumée d'Or, Peace, Love & Perfume (limited editions)
2015: Fleuriste, Giverny In Bloom, La Danse des Bleus et des Violettes, l’Opera des Rouges et des Roses & Le Jardin Vert, Fou d'Opium, Zeitgeist 55, Reveries de Paris, The Voices of Trees, Noel Enchanté, Albino (A Study in White)
2016: Rendezvous, La Belle Saison, Hansa Yellow, Mars Violet & Ultramarine Blue, Wasabi Shiso (new version), Kaleidoscope, Vert et Noir, Axis Mundi, Chinchilla, Vanilla Chantilly and Souvenir de Malmaison, Dark Moon, Musc al Madina & Onycha
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