Liqueur Charnelle by Pierre Guillaume

Liqueur Charnelle seeks to evoke the sensation of a jazz club. Smokey rooms and leather create a slightly dark sensuality, where the use of white tobacco is enhanced with black pepper.

The other side of Liqueur Charnelle is essentially a study of cognac, and built around the five major aromas that give the liquor its unique flavor: vanilla, prune, caramel, orange and apricot.

The result is a playful blend of light and dark, fruity sweetness and tobacco.


Available as 50 ml and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.

Liqueur Charnelle

Ganymède by Marc-Antoine Barrois

After the enormous success of B683, the question arose what Marc-Antoine Barrois would do to parallel his instant classic. The answer is Ganymede.

Orbiting Jupiter, Ganymede is a rocky, luminous moon, submerged in saltwater oceans, named after the young man of Greek mythology who was kidnapped by the gods and  granted immortality for his unparalleled beauty.

Ganymede contains the same leathery core as B683. But unlike the clear cut masculinity of its predecessor, Ganymede takes a more fluid turn. The sensuality of leather and suede becomes soft and bright, thanks to the addition of a sparkling Italian mandarin note. Simultaneously, the spicy flower of immortelle adds a mineral and almost salty undertone.

Available as 100 ml Eau de Parfum.


Notes : Mandarin, Safran, Violette, Osmanthus, Akigalawood, Immortelle.


Ganymede EDP

Summer Scent: Histoire d’Orangers

Histoire d’Orangers by L’Artisan Parfumeur



The great thing about orange blossom is its many facets. Floral, citrusy, honeylike, green, with a clean and fresh vibe. The bad thing about orange blossom is that it usually doesn’t last very long.

This must be why Histoire d’Oranger was created, a contemporary, very long-lasting eau de parfum built around a beautiful musky orange flower. The white tea adds an extra touch a freshness, while the tonka bean heightens the creamy, somewhat sweet sensation.

Recommended for women.


About the new Creed bottle sizes.

About the new Creed bottle sizes.

Creed has decided to change its bottle sizes from 30ml/75ml/120ml to 50ml and 100ml .

For example: where Aventus would have been €92,5/30ml, €152/75ml, €194/120ml,
it will now be available as €144/50ml and €194/100ml.

This means that there will be a transition period, where some Creed products are available in the former sizes,
and some only in the new ones.
Necessities received its last delivery of the former sizes today, and will deliver on a first come first serve basis.

We apologize for any inconvenience this transition might cause.



(Credits to the Creed instagram for the picture).

New: Amouage

Established by the Sultan of Oman in 1983, Amouage is perhaps the most known of perfume houses in the Middle East. Amouage can be considered the perfume bridge between East and and West. While using traditional oriental ingredients such as oud, incense, rose and spices, the development of the fragrances is taken care of by western master perfumers.

The secret of Amouage is the combination of phenomenal ingredients, fantastic longevity and legendary perfumers such as Alberto Morillas, Guy Robert, Jean-Claude Ellena and Maurice Roucel.

The opulent bottles are divided into women’s and men’s fragrance. The bottles of the women’s scents recall the shape of the Palace Ruwi Mosque in Muskat, Oman; the bottles with the men’s scents have the shape of the Khanjar, the traditional dagger of Oman. A truly luxurious perfume house.

New: The Different Company

Proudly introducing : The Different Company

The Different Company can be described as contemporary haute perfumery. With an exceptional dedication to high quality raw materials, the French perfume house has created extremely sophisticated fragrances that are both gentle and original. Moreover, The Different Company also uses some of the best perfumers in the business, of which Jean Claude Elena (Hermes), Bertrand Duchafour and Christine Nagel (Jo Malone) are prime examples.

Be sure to check out Bergamote (70% natural bergamot), Sel De Vetiver (the feeling of clean salt on warm skin after swimming at sea) and De Bachmakov (the icy smell of Siberia).


Some fragrances aim to be attractive, and some aim to be interesting. V Canto unapologetically chooses for the second category. By inspiring itself on Dante’s Divina Commedia, V Canto fragrances are quintessentially mysterious and spiritual. Going from edible sweet, to optimistically spicy or scornfully smoky, the perfumes are a work of great stylistic commitment, emphasizing the beauty, exuberance, fragility and darkness of human nature.

V Canto was created by the Terenzi family, more specifically by Tiziana and Paolo Terenzi, who are the children of the original founder. One of the unique things about the Terenzi is that they have their own perfume production factory, which enables them to be involved in all aspects of their creations. It has also allowed them to create fragrances of excellent quality for reasonable prices, putting them on the forefront of honest artisanal perfumery.

From a more technical point of view, V Canto fragrances are highly concentrated perfume extracts, which ensures their fantastic longetivity and performance.

New – Mona Di Orio

Proudly introducing : Mona Di Orio

Mona Di Orio represents the very best of modern French perfumery : great raw materials, faceted compositions, and an understanding of the great perfumes of the past.
As such, Mona Di Orio takes on traditional composition and gives it her own twist; Odes to the golden age of perfumery through an unconventional perspective. Her Oudh fragrance uses Osmanthus rather than rose, her Vanilla feels like spicy rum with bitter orange and leather, her Cuir has a rarely matched dose of animal Castoreum.

The characteristic style of MDO is to create collisions between light and dark, Art Deco in a bottle where the joy of the bright top notes is layered upon dark nuances and mysterious pleasures.

Available as 75ml Eau de Parfum.


New: Pichola By Neela Vermeire Créations.

Inspired by the Lake in Rajasthan – India, Pichola is a surprisingly modern white floral fragrance. Complex as always, Pichola starts with a spicy blast of citrus, cinnamon, cardamom and saffron. But in an unlikely twist, the fragrance evolves into a magnificent combination of Orange Blossom, Magnolia and Tuberose. The result is gentle without being faint, almost reinventing tuberose by giving it a creamy and simultaneously bright vibe.

A fantastically wearable, luxurious and refined eau de parfum.