When she created the perfume Anat Fritz Berlin knitwear designer Anat Fritz was inspired by a childhood memory: her grandmotherâ€™s linen closet. When she was a child Anat used to hide there, touching the freshly washed linen with her small hands and smelling the odor of the lavender bags. Anat Fritz is a simple yet remarkable perfume, which the designer created in collaboration with Berlin perfumer Harry Lehmann. She had to convince him of her plan to create a perfume with only four ingredients: lavender, vetiver, cedar wood and patchouli.
At first I found the perfume quite “old schoolâ€ť due to its simple structure. But shortly after I started to like the very unique flavor â€“ the lavender gives the patchouli a salty note, like the smell of skin after a day at the beach. Wonderful! In combination with the earthy note of vetiver it becomes very warm and sensuous. I can very well imagine this perfume on a man’s chest too. Very sexy…
Perfumer: Harry Lehmann
Notes: lavender, vetiver, patchouli, cedarwood