Having recently celebrated 40 years in business, founder David Reiss felt it was time for a change. So, working closely with perfume designer, Azzi Glasser, he took this next step. “The luxury experience is driven by stimulating the senses within a space; whether visually inspiring through print and silhouette, texturally enticing in beautiful fabrication, or indeed provoking a response with a bespoke scent,” he says.
So, what can we expect from Reiss’ fragrances? Well, judging by what we know already: only good things. As the go-to for sophistication on the high street, with well-executed and well-made garments, prospects don’t look too shabby for the brand's fragrances. Add to that the chic packaging (scoring tips from Phoebe Philo, perhaps?), and the tasteful top notes of sequoia wood, musk, and baies, and we’re stoked for the women's offering. For men, they’re serving up something a little moodier. Black Oudh brings clary sage, laurel, and vetiver.
His and hers fragrances? Don’t mind if we do. (Reiss)
Photo: Courtesy of Reiss