Kamila Aubre
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Eclectic eco-luxe fragrances made in Belgium

The intangible, the elusive... scents touch the subconscious and invite us to reminisce about the past sentiments.


K.A. was established in 2015 as a small skin care brand. Within a couple of years we realised the natural perfume market was still very empty, perfumes lacked a personality, a story and a more eco-luxe approach. It took us four years to design and formulate a small collection of multifaceted and outstanding fragrances.

Our perfume line is a constant study of the poetic world within us.


Being eco-conscious is not a trend anymore.

Transparency and sustainability are the two essentials we blend in our in-house made scents.

From an in-depth research about each raw material we use to minimalist packaging, we strive for the best for the planet and our customers. We believe in buying less but better.


The artistry of making complex botanical fragrances rooted in the traditional pre-synthetic era of pure perfumes along with an uncommon storytelling create a unique fusion and eclecticism.

For us it is not enough to blend essential oils, we draw our inspiration from art, literature and a slow pace of living. Perfumes are personal as well as our vision.

Botanical scent on skin is a constant reinterpretation similar to the fluidity of a verse...

Villanelle Eau de Parfum

...often moving from obsession to acceptance through the simple movements of repetition, perhaps the villanelle teaches us something about sharing and returning, integrating, and learning to let go: good lessons for our time.

- Annie Finch, Villanelles by Everyman's Library

Summer 1928 Eau de Parfum

And there, row upon row, with the soft gleam of flowers opened at morning, with the light of this June sun glowing through a faint skin of dust, would stand the dandelion wine. Peer through it at the wintry day - the snow melted to grass, the trees were reinhabitated with bird, leaf, and blossoms like a continent of butterflies breathing on the wind. And peering through, colour sky from iron to blue.

- Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine

Sonnet 98 Eau de Parfum

Literally a “little song,” the sonnet traditionally reflects upon a single sentiment, with a clarification or “turn” of thought in its concluding lines.

- Poetry Foundation