No frills when it comes to fragrance
Brands spend a disproportionate amount of money on marketing and gimmicks, leaving only a small budget for the product itself.
We have a crystal-clear focus on what's inside the bottle. Everything else is stripped back to the barest essentials.
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Stripping away vanity
When you buy a high-end luxury fragrance, you are paying for everything but the fragrance. We stripped away the extravagant costs of vanity, and pass all the money saved on marketing and other nonsense to you.
We are a literary term. We replaced an old genre that is all about vanity, with a modern story about uncompromising quality and authentic craftsmanship. An original collection created without boundaries.
Consumed by the fragrance of his passion, a perfumer sees each scent as an expression of a distinct human personality. Through his skill and learning, he strives to capture the same God-given attributes into a man-made bottle.
At the head of Mocemsa’s makers is one such eminent perfumer Pulkit Malhotra, a graduate from the prestigious Grasse Institute of Perfumery, Grasse, France, where he was taught by master perfumer, Max Gavarry, the creator of Amber by Prada. Having a keen insight into what delights the Indian olfaction, Pulkit is the perfect bridge between international offerings and Indian preferences.
"My fragrances are inspired by the naturally fragrant lands of India. I think the best way to create a fragrance is to think of something or someone your love and then work from there. I tried to capture India’s love of diversity, so the perfumes are full of surprises – hidden notes that only emerge as the fragrance dries down.
“I wanted to create a range of fragrances that would ignite the energy of fun and freshness that brings people together. It’s almost like the energy of when people make the first toast of an evening."
Known for their 25% concentration our scents are intense & long-lasting
CRAFTED IN BARCELONA
Our fragrances are expertly crafted in Spain, Barcelona & 100% IFRA Compliant
Who says ethically made good perfumes can’t be badass?