A swimsuit with no padding: the perfect gender-amphibious look.
Aquamarine musk snarled in kelp, pine pitch, seafoam, Italian bergamot, and orchid.
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A massive glass tank is positioned on the stage, decorated with a rough canvas painting of sand and sea. Within the tank, you see a swirl of ivory, coral, and russet. After a few rushed passes, the furiously moving creature slows and makes her way towards the glass. As she approaches, you see that her features are lovely and delicate, and though her pearl-adorned torso is that of a beautiful, slender woman, her bewitching face is crowned by lethal spikes and instead of legs she has a writhing serpentine tail. Upon spotting you, her dorsal spikes flare, and she sneers maliciously. She slaps the face of the tank with her powerful tail, and you hear a crack and groan as the glass fractures under the strain.
Seaweed, kelp, salty ocean spray, bitter almond, night-blooming jasmine, frankincense, and benzoin.
Our collaboration with Disasterina is a creature feature for the ages. We don’t know what lagoon she crawled out of, but now that she’s made landfall you can always smell her coming.
Slithering tentacles of kelp and seaweed absolute, draped over a shard of salt-crusted driftwood.
Frederick Stuart Church
Sagacious and playful: rose petals and champagne swirling with Italian bergamot, neroli, orris root, peony, violet sugar, and blackberry syrup.
She’s the reason the venue now has rules like “No liquids onstage, unless you bring your own tarp.”
This one pops: bubble gum and translucent white musk, sugar syrup, pink lime, and milky mango juice.