The first scent, Kaaterskill, is a maximalist idea. It illustrates a detailed landscape in an emerald forest which turns into a dark, mysterious night. The perfume acts territorial, expanding the individual personality across the environment. In contrast, the second scent, Sleepy Hollow, is intimate, sensually introverted, animalistic and minimalistic. Together they illustrate the complete picture of the beauty, wilderness and biodiversity of the Catskills’ landscape. Perfume is an art form that can only work if it’s incorporated inside our system affecting us according to the symphony of the different molecular chords. We are the vehicle and our perfume is the musical instrument being played.