South Pacific Sandalwood; the epitome of wild tropical beauty.
Carnal and bountiful, Island Lush is a sumptuous perfume with a heart of modern woods. A wind of exoticism transports you on a journey to islands beyond the horizon, where radiant spices, powdery orris, vegetal roots and luscious resins envelop smooth wood species.
All our perfumes have a concentration of +/- 20% essences and are tested under extreme humid weather conditions.
Botanicals & Essences:
Sandalwood South Pacific
Guaiac Wood Paraguay
Cedar Wood Texas
Perfumer: Amélie Jacquin
Creative Director: Dimitri Weber
A masterful blend of buttery South Pacific Sandalwood, rich in vanilla and orris powderiness, and the greener, spicier, smokier Australian Sandalwood, Island Lush offers a Sandalwood heart as enchantingly nuanced as it is seductive, embellishing it further in swathes of vetiver, leather, agarwood, and indulgent benzoin.
Committed to showcasing Australia’s world-leading expertise in botanical research and development, Goldfield & Banks has encased this creation in packaging as lavish as the scent it holds. Every French glass bottle is coated in lacquer containing 24 carat gold, in a tribute to the romance of the Australian Gold Rush and the seduction of the nation’s indigenous flora, nuts, woods and seeds that inspire every one of the house’s fragrances.
Every Island Lush 100ml perfume is gift wrapped in a luxury Goldfield & Banks suede pouch.
Discover more about Island Lush:
Native to the island archipelagos of Vanuatu and New Caledonia, South Pacific Sandalwood – Santalum austrocaledonicum – is an evergreen tree growing nine metres in height, wild-harvested by local communities for its prized heartwood and roots.
Looking to these idyllic island shores in search of new and rare natural materials, Goldfield & Banks has created Island Lush, the first luxury perfume in its collection to explore the rich character of this South Pacific Sandalwood. This sumptuous oil of gilded and radiant character is cultivated in Vanuatu and distilled in Australia.