The Mark Buxton Devil in Disguise Eau de Parfum is an exquisitely dark chapter in the Mark Buxton tale.
Its intriguing notes ring in the divine wind of danger, like a heavy summer breeze flirting with the hem of a silken dress. Teasing, fascinating and powerful, it is a fatal attraction disguised and unseen.
A combination of addictive rhubarb leaves and magnolia petals sharpen the senses with the impression of a hidden danger. Devil in Disguise then plunges into a dark and mysterious sillage entirely befitting of its name.
Our Fragrance Expert Says:
"Devil in Disguise is a clever little beast, not least for the fact that in the opening it perfectly captures the piquant odour of rhubarb boiling on the stove, but also because it manages to become a complete shape shifter over time. It may start out with the intense white heat of rhubarb but it settles down to something that is frankly subtle in comparison.
In the base the Devil’s disguise is removed for a much a simpler affair with a subtle patchouli musk taking centre stage. It stands as a sharp juxtaposition to the intensity of the opening notes creating an olfactory tour de force that really does need to be smelled to be believed."
Top Notes: Rhubarb Leaves, Ginger
Heart Notes: Magnolia, Neroli
Base Notes: Patchouli, Vetiver, Musk
Shipping Restriction: Only available for UK and European Express delivery services.