Fragrance notes -
Named for the iconic French villain of page and screen, Fantomas is intended by Nasomatto's always iconoclastic Nose as "the smell of a sophisticated crime." And indeed, there's a captivating element of the illicit there, a lurid haze of narcotic smoke and glinting gunmetal that feels raw, sensual, and dangerous. But Fantomas is as elegant as he is evil, and the fragrance reflects his wit and charm as well, with delightful and surprising tones of lactonic warmth and melony freshness. The magic, of course, is in the ever-shifting balance between glamour and danger, between the sinister and the whimsical. But you'll be happy to know that while Fantomas is utterly unpredictable sniff to sniff, it's also eminently wearable- in other words, it's the kind of intriguing, thrillingly stylish, just-the-right-amount-of-challenging scent that Nasomatto does better than anyone else.