“Fragrances are the ultimate expression of essence, they are a most personal and intimate invitation into someone’s soul.  It is the purity of this invitation that I wish to transmit with each scent”

– Bernardo Möller

Meet the Curator

Bernardo Möller is a 38-year-old perfume enthusiast that resides in the heart of Latin America’s haven, Miami. Born to an Italian-American mother and a German-Mexican father, his multicultural upbringing in Mexico was filled with memories centered around scents. From the woody scent of Roble Trees in the Mexican forest that surrounded his home, to the tanning oil his mother would wear while vacationing in Sayulita by the Pacific Ocean, scents were as essential to his story as the supporting characters were to his life. 

Bernardo began collecting perfumes at the age of 13 and today his personal fragrance archive includes over 500 scents that tell his most intimate stories of love, heartbreak, and adventure. 

His passion for fragrances took center stage the day his father unexpectedly passed from COVID-19. Inspired by his father’s spiritual teachings of living an authentic and purpose-driven life, and his love for architecture and design, he began to create a sublime line of fragrances with renowned master perfumers in hopes to inspire the world.

Meet the Perfumer

Our first BŌllaboration with world renowned perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux.

Passion! This word perfectly describes Rodrigo, his approach to perfumery, and life in general. Having attend the ISIPCA perfumery school at Versailles in 1989 and with over 30 years of experience in the industry, Rodrigo has acquired a profound and one of a kind knowledge of his craft, but what makes his style so thoroughly original is the high-voltage energy and exuberance he brings to his work. His fragrances which include some of the most iconic creations in the perfume industry such as Neroli Portofino by Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana's Velvet Collection and Clinique's Happy. His creations have complex personalities, a sensual interplay of nuances, exhilarating storylines, and of course, his passionate touch. 

My love for flowers and for my native country, Mexico, gives me an infinite source of inspiration.” 

Bō is the phonetic sound for Beau

Etymology:

English word: *beau (SIGNIFICANT OTHER)

borrowed from French: *beau (BEAUTIFUL)

comes from Latin: *bellus (PLEASANT)

and later Proto-Italic: *dwenos (GOOD)