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Spicy, animalic and inspired by the latin lovers of 1970's jet-set Acapulco. An 'after hours' fougère based on the disco era and barbershop colognes. ÉL is like a cologne that has mixed in with your own chemistry: the heady impression of a classic scent after a night of revelry. With notes of: Moroccan rosemary, Egyptian geranium, cinnamon leaves, oak-moss, vetiver and castoreum.
100 ml / 3.4 fl oz. Eau de Parfum.
December 1978, Armando’s Le Club, Acapulco, Mexico.
Nighttime at Acapulco’s sultriest disco. Revelry on the dance floor. In the heat of the moment, he smiles coyly and motions to the beach outside, hinting at a midnight swim. He unbuttons his shirt, flashing bronzed skin and the scent of his cologne, a virile muskiness loaded with patchouli, oakmoss and elegant woody notes. A masculine impression of a day under the sun, intensified by the thrill of the night.
Developed with Rodrigo Flores Roux.
Spicy, musky and animalic. The heady impression of a classic cologne after a night of revelry.
Eau de Parfum. Large 100 ml / 3.4 fl oz. bottle of the highest Italian quality with our signature ‘A’ engraved metal cap, as well as the newest technology for an invisible spray tube.
- With Él and Ella we were looking to create the impression of a scent macerating on skin, something more sensual and playful. The idea was to recreate the scent of HIM and HER just as they leave the disco, they come together and embrace…what would each smell like? HIM with his unbuttoned shirt and his burly scent, her with her plunging neckline and her voluptuous femininity. In ÉL and ELLA skin, sweat, cigarettes, champagne, sand and heat all come together under in a sophisticated way.
– Brisas Hotels & Resorts, Brisas Hotels & Resorts: Dream It, Feel It, Live It, Love It, Brisas Hotels and Resorts, México, 2010.
– Stanley, Richard, Disco Days: A Social History of the 1970’s, iUniverse, New York, NY 2015.
– Wilson, Tamar, D., Life of the Mexican Beach: Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas, Lexington Books, Lanham, Maryland, 2012.