Ever wondered what American popstar Billie Eilish smells like? Well, an upcoming experiential event allows you to waft through a room doused in her perfume.
29Rooms, an award-winning sensorial creative experience, is dedicating a room to Eilish at its Asian debut this Friday at Gardens by the Bay.
Guests can enjoy the multi-sensorial space that is said to transport them through a ride of “smell, sound, and sight” paired with the singer’s magnetizing voice.
“From the enchanting curtains of fog that shroud the room ahead and envelop your senses, to the alluring sounds of Eilish’s distinctive voice combined with 360 degree wall-to-wall projections, each element in The Invisible Embrace has been thoughtfully designed together with Eilish to evoke an air of mystique and beauty,” the event’s news release read.
What exactly does that smell like? Sugared petals with notes of vanilla and wood as its base, according to 29Rooms.
The various ingredients used to make the fragrances are also displayed to show the scent-making journey as well as other interactive elements.
The perfume, which is packaged in a gilded amber-bronze torso-shaped bottle, is also for sale.
Eilish is one of many collaborations with the event organized by VICE Media Group and Refinery29. Many other celebrities, musicians and cultural icons will be revealed soon.
The event will run til April. Tickets start at S$35 on Wednesday and Thursday, and S$48 on Friday to Sunday. Pre-sale tickets are also available here.
Open 4pm to 10pm on Wednesday and Thursday; 12pm to 10pm from Friday to Sunday; closed Monday and Tuesday
Gardens by the Bay, West Lawn, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
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