Stem captures our idea of a deconstructed garden, bringing to life the secondary scents or quieter facets of floristry that are often overlooked: the crispness of freshly cut stems, the aroma of crushed leaves and of rich soil. These scents are as beautiful and evocative as the flower itself, yet they are often edited out of fragrances. Stem is what lingers on our clippers, hands and clothes while the flowers brighten the kitchen or a bedroom. These are the stalks of green hyacinth and dewy muguet, a fresh blend of mandarin leaves, florets of hyacinth and greens from wild freesia. All are softened by a trio of modern musk molecules to give the composition radiance, texture and sensuality.