Wrap yourself in the heady embrace of this genderless scent for skin and spaces. Evocative of intimacy without being sexual, the latest fragrance from Curio Noir, Ngutu Pā (‘lips that touch’), was inspired by sensual stories from Māori myths, and EE Cummings’ poem I Like My Body When It Is With Your. The latter was translated into te reo as part of perfumer Tiffany Witehira’s collab with Māori and other creatives on this project that also includes a film and hand-thrown candle vessel.

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