Fat Electrician by Etat Libre d'Orange Cologne.
Concentrated and unrefined, Fat Electrician is inspired by the idea that beauty only lasts for a limited time. Nose Antoine Maisondieu sees the titular figure as Texas native and former cougar bait who settled in New Jersey after gaining weight and losing his sex appeal. Released in 2009, this vetiver-based cologne includes the metallic note of olive leaves. The base notes of opoponax, myrrh and vanilla represent the sweeter side of the formerly
Etat Libre D'orange, or "Free State of Orange," is a perfume house that hopes to challenge the constraints of traditional perfumery. Founder Etienne de Swardt, a South African native, learned about the conventions of the industry through his time spent working for Givenchy in Paris. After creating his own brand, he sought to upend those customs by selling unisex fragrances in identical packaging. His company's Declaration of Independence emphasizes simple bottle designs and high-quality ingredients.