Handmade by Saint Rita Parlor in Los Angeles, California. Top notes of leather, floral musk, tobacco, and rare coins. This fragrance was inspired by Rita's Weekend driver energy. Tobacco smoke, worn leather seats, and fresh cut foliage aside a whiskey bag filled with coins used for Saturday night bingo. Includes 25 pyres nestled in a beautiful glass jar.
Glass container with silver matte lid.
Burn time: 20 minutes
Neil Bardon grew up watching his grandmother with fascination. When he was an adult he founded a design company with those memories at its core. Although, Saint Rita Parlor makes eyewear and leather goods, nothing shows off the intent of the company more than its fragrances. Rita used to prune her rose garden while smoking a hand rolled cigarette, one hand reaching for a whiskey and water as the afternoon sun dripped down the sky. The perfumes are like a Truman Capote story or a lost memory.