She has weird hats that have become her trademark. She has often been chosen by fashion magazines like Vogue as a promising new talent. And no, she's not just clinging to the field of perfume, though as she attests: "Perfume can be seen as an invisible accessory. It's a personal choice that creates a statement of style." What is certain is that it has an unstoppable imagination that brings with it a special signature that inevitably carries a unique charm and approach. If you've been wondering who this is, then let us introduce you to Naomi Goodsir. Which is considered the hottest name today in the field of niche perfume. Naomi Goodsir is constantly arousing interest thanks to the reinterpretation she gives to hats, bags and other accessories she designs. Naomi is originally an Australian designer, who specializes in fashion, accessories and, yes, perfumes. After studying fashion design in Sydney and then graduating as Elsa Schiaparell's close protégé, she was best known for creating couture headgear for more than a decade. And it is quite clear that it can be said of her that her style is distinct and atypical. Naomi is collaborating with creative director Renaud Coutaudier to create their finest perfume universe. In the name of Naomi Goodsir, the lineage of traditional and independent perfume houses is followed. They are elegant and timeless, built around noble raw materials; Manufactured and hand-packed in Grasse, France, where she lives and works. Naomi has collaborated with many respected fashion designers, in Australia and around the world. For more than 15 years, while respecting different techniques, she has created unique pieces by hand, her preference being for beautiful textiles. But she also does not avoid the use of exotic skin and skins (including Australian crocodile) and applies them in the form of leotards. If you will there is a salute to its Australian origins here. In addition, she is known for her "couture" hats, which accompany movement as a kind of condescending, rebellious, sometimes rocky, often funky, but always chic tendency. Among its extensive collaborations can also be found Zuri Guetta, a graduate jewelry manufacturer Shenkar living in France. Naomi Goodsir's unusual fragrances are made in collaboration with Renaud Coutaudier, who is an independent artistic director and has the soul of an artist. They have come together to form a kind of natural extension of Naomi's prominent universe. The perfume, in the opinion of the two, should reflect a unique and personal universe. The perfumes, as Naomi called them, constitute 'invisible fragrant accessories', and in her opinion and in the opinion of Coutaudier, express in a beautiful and delicate way, the world we inhabit. Such is the perfume Or du Cerail by Naomi Goodsir. It is a unique amber fragrance that is suitable for both women and men. Or du Cerail was launched in 2014. The nose behind this fragrance is Bertrand Duchaufour, a highly regarded name that has been working in the industry for many years. He began his career at Grasse in Lautia Floracin and went on to a number of perfume companies. At the same time he also works independently. Over the years he has been praised for creating niche perfumes as well as for mainstream hits. Top notes are mango, red berries, apple and sweet orange; Middle notes are rum, coconut, meta, ylang-ylang, sage, artemisia and geranium; Base notes are honey, tobacco, beeswax, vanilla, amber, oak, lebednum, cedar and musk. The perfume stays on the skin for a long time, and has a distinct and strong fragrance. It is very popular with both sexes and is especially suitable for cool autumn and winter days and nights.