Geza Schön worked with Dal Canton on Oloid for three years. She had initially described to him how the final product should smell: “Like pure air, grasses, and the uplifting feeling of having just climbed a 2,000-meter mountain and being overwhelmed by how small you actually are in nature as you look down.” The light, fresh and herbaceous is actually contained in the final product. Dal Canton speaks of a woodruff note, plus a note full of radiant elegance that is soft but not sweet, enveloping the wearer. If it were a garment, it would be more like a shawl made of the finest combed cotton than a thick cashmere scarf. If it corresponded to a geometric figure, it would probably be the oloid.
We will be on vacation from December 22 to 31.
We will not ship orders during this time. We will process orders again on January 2, 2024.