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“When I saw you, all I saw was a swirl of smoke in the streetlight. Elusive. Sinister. Spectacular.”
A brilliantly dark graphic novel, A City On Fire, is the story of two match-makers. Rupert literally fabricates matches in a factory on the waterfront while Frances writes a dating column for the city’s newspaper. Both are recluses who haunt the night’s shadows observing clandestine activities from afar but never partaking. That changes one fortuitous evening when they are both witness to the same high-profile murder and are forced to come together as an unlikely vigilante pair in order to save their own names.
This scent is literally on fire - dark with firewood and spice, evoking both urban landscapes and the great outdoors, with smoke plumes rising into the air. The refined smoke accord makes this an austere and luxurious scent.
Cade oil, spikenard, cardamom, clearwood, dark berries, labdanum, burnt match
License Info: Imaginary Authors A City On Fire sample is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scent Split is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored or supported by the design house in any manner. Scent Split is not in any way affiliated with Imaginary Authors. All perfume samples and decants are hand decanted into glass sprayable atomizers for 2ml, 5ml, 9ml and 30ml bottles and glass dabber vials into 1ml samples from the original fragrances by the original brands and sent to you carefully so that you can enjoy small quantities of fragrances you've been wanting to try and weren’t otherwise able to.
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I ordered a parfume I’ve been wanting to try for a while! They sent it right away, and everything was perfect!
“A City On Fir” is an interesting scent, a mix of burning and benzocaine! The benzocaine type scent dissipates with the dry down and your mostly left with a scent like you have been standing by a campfire for a good while.
I, personally, really like a different type of scent, one that might have someone say, ”something smells like a fire!” And I can reply, “it’s my scent!” I love that!!
I do wish it longer lasting though.