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Olfactive Stéréophonique

Byredo’s Olfactive Stéréophonique – Exclusive scent is an experimental and revolutionary fragrance diffuser collaboration that uses speaker design theory and scent to evoke the meditative effects of ritualistic practice and enhance a listening space.

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BYREDO Lanes Collector’s Edition Candles

We love the latest by our favorite BYREDO. For the Holidays, the Swedish cosmetics house of Ben Gorham introduces: Lanes, a collector's edition candle collection available in three BYREDO fragrances: Bibliothèque, Cotton Poplin and Fleur Fantôme. All candles are created in hand-blown glass with a clean striped aesthetic and produced in the BYREDO signature deep black wax, even though each fragrance has a specific wax formulation. In line with the high standard one expects from BYREDO, the candles are hand made in France using the mentioned high quality glass and all candles have cotton wicks. The three different fragrances are limited to 500, making it the perfect special gift for the Holidays. [ Continue reading ]


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Just a quick note with a beautiful photograph of my favorite perfume by Emil Larsson. Byredo it is!… [ Continue reading ]

The Kinfolk Entrepreneur

Making Business Personal

The original source for a minimalistic lifestyle, Kinfolk, recently announced their latest family member in their inspirational series of books; 'The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, Making Business Personal'. Kinfolk visited over 40 entrepreneurs who offer tips, advice and inspiration for anyone hoping to forge their own professional path, all bound together in a beautiful hardcover 368 pages heavy book. Featured are names like Akira Minagawa, Armando Cabral, Ben Gorham, Britt Moran & Emiliano Salci, Damir Doma, Francesca Bonato, Joseph Dirand, Kevin Ma, Maayan Zilberman, Mette & Rolf Hay, Nina Yashar, Pum Lefebure, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Woo Youngmi & Katie Chung and many more. [ Continue reading ]

Holland’s Finest

We are very grateful for everyone who had a share within the very first Our Current Obsession as without them we couldn't have realized it. Having introduced the main collaborator GERTRUD & GEORGE, some of the artists involved (with more to come), and ,The World of Black' in our space has been extended long and wide onto the online Our Current Obsessions environment, now it is time to give a proper insight into the other partners with which we’ve created the core of the extraordinary black selection of products for sale in our space on the Schippersgracht in Amsterdam. As these stores offer only the finest in their particular specialty we’ve named them Holland’s Finest, to which we owe a sincere debt of gratitude and feel honored to have collaborated with. [ Continue reading ]

Liquides Perfume Bar

The new concept perfume-bar named Liquides in Paris which opened on the 17th of April and was founded by David Frossard's Different Latitudes, a label for independent perfumers founded in 2005, and designer Philippe Di Méo, is a true mecca for fragrance lovers. Located conveniently at 9 rue de Normandie in the historical Marais neighborhood; which has the air of 17th century Paris and over the last couple of years has become the destination of choice for niche fragrance connoisseurs. On that part Liquides adds significant value to the neighborhood's reputation offering a broad scala of scents, from rare personalized perfumes, to fragrances from major perfume houses including Byredo, Miller Harris, Odin, Arquiste, Jardins de France and Olfactive Studio. [ Continue reading ]

Nécessaire de Voyage

We really love the latest of Ben Gorham's perfume house BYREDO. Two weeks ago they released the ‘Nécessaire de Voyage’ collection of travel cases developed to carry BYREDO’s 12 ml Eau de Parfum travel vials. The travel cases made from fine leather come in Black, Burgundy, Cognac, Natural, Phyton, Phyton Black and White. As the travel cases are stylish but at the same time sturdy you'll be able to bring a vial to any occasion without fearing that it will break. [ Continue reading ]

The Tree House

A lovely new fragmented candle by Byredo: The Tree House. The smell is poetic, with a top of pimento and bamboo, a mid of hay, labdanum and myrrh and a base of blond cedarwood, guaiac wood, sandalwood and leather. Specially  created for Byredo’s Japan launch… [ Continue reading ]


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Nº 25. The new Eau de Parfum M/MINK, a collaborative effort between Byredo and creative partnership M/M (Paris). >… [ Continue reading ]

Stockholm day 1

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Today we were fortunate enough to be invited to Stockholm for the official launch of the Gant Rugger collection for winter 2011. After a very early flight we wandered around the snowy city during the morning and visited some of our favorite shops in… [ Continue reading ]

The Tulipe

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One of our favorite perfume brands Byredo opened a pop-up store at St Martins Lane in London last week to celebrate the launch of their new scent The Tulipe. “I have always loved tulips and decided to create a fragrance that spoke of the… [ Continue reading ]


Just got this lovely christmas gift from Tenue de Nîmes; The new fragrance by Byredo – Baudelaire. Byredo described this new Eau de Parfum as ” …a lazy isle to which nature has given singular trees, savory fruits, men with bodies vigorous and slender,… [ Continue reading ]

Treasures Nr 6

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The new issue of Blend Magazine just hit the stores, so time for us to share our new treasures. This time featuring our favorite notebooks from Rhodia, the lovely gypsy water by Byredo, de Red Wing 6″ Classic Moc and this beautiful… [ Continue reading ]

Christmas Treasures


Not an ordinary gift guide but a carefully selected list of Christmas presents from Tenue de Nîmes. Both men and women can make it a holiday to remember by giving one of the following December treasures to their loved ones. Please find the description of the selected items after the click or get a closer look here [ Continue reading ]

№ 2

It need not be reiterated that over the past few years we've seen an unprecedented number of collaborative projects between pairs or trios of brands that may or may not be from the same industry. Major efforts of this variety have been embraced by both massive corporations (Target has been doing it for years and now plans to work with Rodarte for a seasonal collection; Pepsi famously teamed up with A Bathing Ape; Jil Sander's +J line for Uniqlo is in stores now) and smaller ones (Monocle has worked with countless people, from Comme des Garçons to Porter; practically every issue of Arkitip, a tiny independent Southern California art publication, features a collaboration with folks like Mike Mills and Peter Saville).

This trend isn't unusual per se, however: All sorts of companies have partnered with non-employees and separate businesses for ages, but for the most part, such pairings haven't been publicized or used as marketing ploys. So why is it that we can no longer enter a store as ubiquitous as the Gap or J. Crew and not catch sight of a tag that features both the shop's name and an affiliate's? Simple: Sustaining a brand's image and reputation is harder than ever due to cheap forms of marketing and the impact of the Internet today; additionally, the "two is better than one" mindset has convinced many clothiers, luggage manufacturers, cobblers, liquor producers, and so on to shack up with competitors with equal ambition and creativity or companies outside of their field who can spread whatever product they make in conjunction to their loyalists. Belvedere may not be the choice vodka of hipsters, but if Parisian graffiti artist and restaurant and hotel owner André slaps his Mr. A. character on their bottles, it will instantly become a nightclub hit.

The following is a rundown of some of our favorite collaborations as of late in no particular order. [ Continue reading ]