Autoportrait by Olfactive Studio Perfume. Autoportrait is an oriental-woody fragrance for women that was launched in 2011.
It is one of three fragrances in a collection that was inspired by photography. This particular fragrance was inspired by the work of Luc Lapotre. The perfumer that created this fragrance is Nathalie Lorson. This fragrance opens with top notes of elemi and bergamot. Its middle notes consist of incense, musk, and benzoin. Its base features the notes of cedar, vetiver, and
oakmoss. This perfume has moderate sillage and moderate longevity.
The house that released this fragrance is Olfactive Studio. This niche line of perfumes was created by Celine Verleure in 2011. The house began when the founder created a blog about the fragrances she desired to create. With input from readers, she decided to use photography as inspiration for the perfumes. She chose names for the perfumes and gave the names to photographers to interpret them into artistic photography. Perfumers then used the photographs to create the scents.