SCENTS OF NOSTALGIC FREEDOM
Listen To Your Fragrance And Smell The True Power Of Music!
Stop and rewind to a time when the Continental Hyatt Hotel, aka the “Riot House,” was the place to be. The 70s was a decade of total delirium for any self-respecting rock group. And L.A. was an inevitable stop on the journey. The motorcycles in the hallways, the rooftop pool overflowing with bubbles, Jim Morrison dangling from a balcony, the epic battles of Keith Moon from The Who… Or, even more iconic, the Christ-like Robert Plant who took himself for a Golden God above the Sunset Trip with his angel’s hair, Nepalese bracelets and skimpy T-shirt,convinced that he had finally found the Stairway to Heaven. Today, Room 1015 remains a place of contemplation. The nostalgia of an era of absolute freedom, where the air still holds the lingering smells of sweat, leather, fur, alcohol, a burned patchouli leaf and an open flight case…
FOUNDER DR. MIKE
Michael Partouche started out as a doctor of lotions and potions amidst an army of pillboxes. Despite the musicality of the complicated names, this was a prison sentence of eternal boredom for the apothecary with crow-black hair and tattooed skin, inked with symbols of rebellion. Fleeing the discipline of the pharmacy, he threw himself heart and soul into hypnotic rhythms, piercing melodies, tortuous solos… In short, psychedelic rock. The guitar was his salvation. Michael stage-dived into rock “that enhances the fields of consciousness,” its treacherous delirium, its carnage and devastation, its flamboyance and immoderation, its romanticism caught between revolt and desolation… Now a rocker by trade, Dr. Mike moved to London for five years, where he learned the ropes on tour and on stage. Back in France, he decided to unite his two passions in his own fashion. At the crossroad of skincare and music, he found fragrance…Treating the illness of “anonymity” with powerful scented potions, bandaging vacant souls with perfumes featuring perfect accords, countering the effects of the passing time with indelible trails. See less
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