Tuesday Lust Fragrance: Maison Martin Margiela Untitled L’Eau

Untitled by Maison Martin Margiela

I have been longing for Untitled by Maison Martin Margiela since it was launched in spring last year. The most exciting and wait-worthy part is not only it is the first fragrance in the history of Belgian fashion house, it is also a unique unisex perfume in terms of composition, packaging and commercial campaign.

Untitled was created to be fresh, universal yet avant garde. The fragrance interprets green aromas after rain, and features green accords with floral and woody-musky notes.

I love its apothecary style of clear and white bottle with letters of " (untitled) Maison Martin Margiela" in typewriter font. The bottle is woven with cotton thread around the neck with a thread over the stopper. That's it! Simple and clean!

Untitled L'Eau by Maison Martin Margiela

While I just learned that Untitled has finally hit the store at Saks (exclusively for a year) starting this month, the fashion house has released a lighter and fresher edition called Untitled L'Eau, which emphasizes more on citrusy notes.

I am thrilled to hear the launch of Untitled L'Eau. I hope it won't keep me from waiting too long this time!

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