Perfume Portrait #15 – Lee Green

Lee Green 50ml EDT 


Clean, crisp with a neutral sensitivity that allows the user to attach their own sense of self – whoever they are. This fragrance is an agent for identity and reminds you of your own innate beauty.


Existing between the masculine and the feminine by virtue of allowing the herbal sentiments of thyme, pepper and clove to meet the musky exotic tones of patchouli and the woody yet crisp tones of cypress. A pinch of orange adds a slight kick, indicating a outward personality.

This fragrance was created by interpreting and investigating a response to the question ‘Why do you make art?’ If you are an artist (in the broadest sense of the word) I would love to her your response to the question too, as it will enable me to create a perfume portrait that captures the essence of your creative persona.

This perfume will be on display at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, from 2-18th March 2016. There will be a Private View on the 2nd March from 6-8pm. More details here

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