Escentric Molecules was founded by perfumer Geza Schoen, who was inspired by the lush, cocooning effect of a molecule called Iso E Super. The manmade aroma molecule is typically used in low concentrations, but Shoen started experimenting with using it in high doses, complemented with subtle notes from other ingredients. The result was intoxicating, and Shoen established Escentric Molecules in London in 2006 as the ?anti-fragrance fragrance brand.? The line now features a range of unisex eau de toilettes that come in pairs meant to complement each other. Shop a selection of fragrances for men and women by Escentric Molecules at Bergdorf Goodman.