Mojave Ghost

Originally released in 2014, the scent’s inimitable spirit will be celebrated throughout the year, featuring Amelia Gray, photographed by visionary talent Harley Weir. Presented in five distinct chapters, a continued dialogue opens up an exploration of the fragrance from myriad angles.


Following on from the opening chapter that explored the innate strength of the ghost flower, the second part in the series paints an intimate portrait of the scent’s olfactory composition.

Dramatic contrasts in the imagery contour the flower’s ethereal appearance against its natural strengths. Despite its arid surroundings and inability to produce nectar, the ghost flower – Mohavea confertiflora – maintains it’s perfect, majestic beauty and thrives year after year.  

An intimate expression of lightness, Mojave Ghost opens with sweet notes of fresh Jamaican Nesberry and Ambrette Seeds. Rounded forms that flow around Amelia Gray capture the powerful heart of the scent, where powdery Violet unfurls to reveal the floral punch of Magnolia and sensual Sandalwood.  

At the base, warming Musks rounds out Vetiver and Cedarwood. Bathed in the heat, sun-dazzled by extreme light and shadow, this is an olfactive sensation that leaves the raw, untamed spirit of the desert lingering on the skin.