Over and Over
A portrait of the friend who wasn’t a friend, this strikingly tart and zesty perfume smells better than it deserves to.
Beneath the juicy top notes, base notes of greed and betrayal simmer, masked by beguiling orris, which lends a thin veneer.
Tangy lime, bergamot, fennel and cypress deliver one hell of a kick, while savoury, repetitive coriander notes turn over and over again on your skin, stripping back just a little of the sweetness. Revel in the sharpness of this most agreeable blend. Just don’t trust it.