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Nothing But Sea and Sky - A NOMAD NIGHT

Nothing But Sea and Sky - A NOMAD NIGHT


In his famous collection 'Leaves of Herbs', Walt Whitman wrote a poem about Montauk where his contemplation led him to quote these few words 'Nothing, but sea and sky'. In Montauk, also called The End, the world stop in winter. The sky is veiled in a white paleness and the breath of the blizzard sprinkles the beach with snowflakes. The rough seas give the impression of blooming a large field of cotton.


'Nothing but Sea and Sky' is a tribute to Montauk under its blanket of snow. It's a reassuring scent, a stole of white musk infused with sandalwood with milky notes.


Bergamot • Sandalwood • White Musk


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