How does one accurately pay homage to American explorers, entrepreneurs, artists, and philosophers? The answer is simple, you convert a 19th Century Brooklyn rigging garage into the home of one of America's most coveted fragrance and design houses, Joya Studio.
Founded by Frederick Bouchardy, Joya Studio, produces evocative in-house fragrances — candles, perfumes, soaps, oils — and is the nose behind fragrances made for clients like A24, which is telling, because the experience of smelling a Joya Studio fragrance can tell a story all on its own.
In Joya’s first perfume, Composition No. 1, the forbidden fruit—quince, not apple—puts forth a surprising and innocent character. Warm, inviting and subtly sweet on the skin, danger is rendered fresh and open.
Top Notes: sparkling citrus, Italian Mandarin, Valencia orange and quince…