Zoologist Chameleon was rleased in 2019, created by Daniel Pecio.
It is an oriental floral with notes of bergamot, lemon, Madagascar ylang-ylang, mango, pink pepper, star fruit, violet leaves, cashmeran, clove, coconut, frangipani, jasmine, saffron, salty skin accord, sea breeze, amber, woods, musks, opoponax, patchouli, sandalwood, vanilla and vetiver. Chameleon is an eau de parfum, edp.
From Ventvenir - "This perfume is inspired by the fascinating place that the island Madagascar is, and by the mysterious chameleons which live there. Moreover, Chameleon perfume is an epitome of the astonishing nature of Madagascar island and the volatile nature of the chameleons. The opening of Chameleon perfume is bright and refreshing and it immediately brings you to the beautiful and tantalizing island, full of secrets and surprises. The first impression of Chameleon perfume is like a walk on the beach somewhere on the beautiful island, enjoying the sun and waves, eating exotic fruits. But when you enjoy it in full, you probably will be curious what lurks in the jungle… And here the most interesting part begins…and a beautiful floral heart appears. Jasmine gives this perfume its tender and delightfully sweet aroma, while the note of frangipani adds to Chameleon its unique sweetness with spicy and green undertones. The heart of Chameleon also consists of a salty skin accord and the note of sea breeze, which are not so loud and evident in this perfume but bring some relaxing character and the right mood for exploring Madagascar’s forests."
From Reddit - "The creator Daniel Pescio also succeeded to imitate the smell of salty, sun-kissed skin, and I think that in some part comes from the cashmeran. It creates this warmness to the scent that while intended to be tropical and summery conceptually, it still totally works for the other three seasons."
From the Scented Hound - "Chameleon unfolds on first spritz all soft and warm with delicious, bergamot, edible fruits and ylang ylang. Surprisingly it’s not too juicy or really sweet…instead it’s just so very inviting. In fact, it feels as if you’re walking down the street and you catch a whiff of a fragrant tree whose rapturous scent grabs your attention with its intoxicating spell. After a short while, the perfume delivers a creamy accord of frangipani that really begins to radiate off the skin. Underneath it floats a layer of sandalwood in the same vein of Guerlain’s Samsara (and that’s a good thing)."