Huber set out to capture several aspects of that night in January – No. 31 emanates the bold perfumes worn by the featured artists, full of red vermouth, Bulgarian rose and patchouli. No. 57 conjures the pungent cocktails served that evening within the oak walls of the gallery, with top notes of aged whisky and cinnamon bark.
And of course, one of the fragrances follows J.Crew’s androgynous foundations – No. 57 is meant to be unisex. “This one is more avant-garde,” Huber says of No. 57 on the J.Crew website. “It’s kind of genderless.”
Pop in to test the fragrances on yourself to decide your favorite. They are both divine, but No. 31 won itself a place on my vanity. Both are available in a 1.75 oz bottle for $78 and a rollerball for $25 at J.Crew NorthPark Center.