Spring pre-orders are now open in the Haute Macabre Shop for our exclusive Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab line, including three new permanent additions: our third installment to our Cemetery Collection, Laurel Hill, and Hair Glosses in both the original Haute Macabre fragrance and our most beloved, So Below.
Pre-Orders will be open until April 14 for a May fulfillment
Laurel Hill contains notes of mountain laurel petals limned in pale pink settling among boughs of hemlock, soft mosses, and dark lichens.
I spent a hot summer afternoon wandering through Laurel Hill’s rolling hills and green grasses, exploring its inhabitants and watching an intense thunder storm roll in over its gardens, danced with ghosts in an unlocked receiving vault, and collected animal bones that were offered to me. This is my gift back, to share with all of you.
We have combined Tahitian Moni, Camelina Oil, Argan Oil, and Karanja oil to give your mane a gleaming finishing shine, without feeling weighed down or greasy. Paraben and sulfate free, with no petro-chemicals, GMOs, and no triclosan, and 100% Cruelty Free. One to two sprays onto damp or dry hair will leave your hair glossy and silky, and wrap you in our signature scent that embodies the aesthetic of Haute Macabre: mysterious and dark.
The Original Haute Macabre and Cemetery Collections
As Above: leather drenched with white patchouli, oak bark, bourbon vanilla, bitter almond, and Moroccan jasmine
So Below: amber and black copal with black coconut, Sumatran red patchouli, green cardamom pod, and golden musk.
Inspired by the Hermetic philosophy in which all things work in unison together, As Above and So Below may be worn separately or layered together to create a complex spell of scents. You may amplify this spell with the addition of the So Below Hair Gloss.
The original Haute Macabre: Oak leaf, bourbon vanilla, almond husk, and black leather accord darkened by a 13-year aged black patchouli.
The Burying Point is the oldest cemetery in Salem, MA, dating back to the year 1637, bordered by a tribute to the victims of the Salem Witch Trials. I walked through here on a beautiful morning once, and fell in love with the crumbling markers, all decorated with mememto mori markings popular in the era. Our interpretation of it contains notes of damp clusters of brown patchouli, dried maple leaves, black sage, spikenard, and curled, misshapen mandrake roots.
Just above the French Quarter in my beloved New Orleans, St. Louis #1 is one of the oldest cemeteries in the city, and the alleged final resting places of VooDoo Queen Marie Laveau and the cruel Delphine LaLaurie. Bottled here with drooping Spanish moss and crumbling marble, sweet olive blossom, 13-year aged black patchouli, and offerings of Bay Rum, Florida water, and tobacco.
Pre-Orders are currently open for a May fulfillment
Visit the Haute Macabre Shop to place your orders now