A majestic Oud Ajmal highlighted by the spicy freshness of elemi and red berries.
The heart notes are soft and elegant with a dark density and texture. The drydown of
Sandalwood and Cedarwood wrap this precious Oud Ajmal in a soft veil.
The most sensual intensity of a liquid gold.
It’s not a textile but an ancient technique of dyeing special patterns, usually with vibrant colors.
Considered one of the oldest forms of textile decoration, its heritage belongs to Asian cultures but has also spread to South America, Africa and Europe, appearing in Italy in the 17th century. IKAT has been a
form of manual art for centuries, often becoming a highly esteemed icon of status which continues
to be taught to young apprentices.