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Poudre de riz

Iridescent floral accord with subtlety exacerbated by fruity inflexions that flourishes on a powdery and musky background both sensual and refined!

Fève tonka

Delight with multiple contrasting facets: woody volutes, almonds, white musks and vanilla pod. A perfume with notes of cedar and sandalwood with the enveloping greed of the tonka bean.

Rose Passion

The rose, also called Queen of Flowers, is the very symbol of femininity and passionate love stories. With multiple olfactory notes and associated with the fruit of passion, it is here mutine and greedy. On a background of white musks, which brings roundness and softness, Rose Passion becomes totally addictive.

Freesia du Cap

Also known as the lily-of-the-valley of Cape Town, by its South African origin, it naturally sits at the centre of bridal bouquets. According to some traditions, white freesias are offered to his half after seven years of marriage. The fresh and sweet scent of freesia is mixed with jasmine and rose with a touch of pear freshness! A prelude to spring conducive to… love, and yes, always!

Patchouli Borobudur

Symbolic perfume : the patchouly leaf becomes " the flower power " in the 70s, it is the first time when a plant with perfume became so strictly bound to a cultural and social movement : to a death and a birth of society. Its beautiful amber dress offers a powerful and shrouding perfume, the power of this leaf has the perfume of a wood, associated with the oakmoss, with the wood of cedar and with a departure bergamot, it becomes chypre. The fusion of a new freedom and a tradition: it is the patchouly which joins to the elegance of a chypre fragrance.

Mystère d'Ambre

The mystery of its mythical origin inspires imagination... the amber multiplies its spectre of uncountable oriental facets: solar, rich, smooth and mysteriously irresistible.

Cuir mandarine

Grasse was famous in the 15th century for its leather. The fashion of perfumed leathers has gradually turned the city of tanners into the capital of perfumery. The scent of leather and countless perfumes were constantly interwoven. Associated with the joyful and sparkling tangerine... leather is patinated with softness and delicacy.

Santal Mysore

Take the destination of India, once wrapped in the luxurious sandalwood of Mysore, recalling its palaces. Their aromas are perfectly complemented by cedar and patchouli. These woody notes are in keeping with the amber, musky and balsamic notes of cashmeran (otherwise known as cashmere) and labdanum, derived from the leaves of the cistus, a small shrub on the Mediterranean coast. A fragrance that creates a woody, enchanting and warm atmosphere.

Cologne Néroli

By 1680, the princess of Néroli, put fashionably the orange blossoms essence of as perfume by using it to perfume her gloves and her bath. Since then, the name of Néroli is used for this refreshing, slightly sweetened and flowery essence. Freshness and reassuring sweetness … Ylang Tiaré The unique and intoxicating scent of skin heated by the sun and warm sand. The exoticism of the Tiaré flower mingles with the enchanting Ylang Ylang...an invitation to the sensual warmth of summer!

Vétiver Vert

Want freshness, want nature, want to go green? Green vetiver is made to please you. Smell this moss scent. And the mint, the basil, you smell them? Not to mention the geranium that discreetly blooms the whole. The earth and the plant rise from the roots of the vetiver, the power of the cedar holds the woody note.

Menthe Artemisia

An armful of fresh and reassuring mint is sophisticated by the herbaceous and lemony tone of mugwort (artemisia). Bring spring nature into your home!

Bois de Oud

This rare and precious oud wood envelops you and transports you to the heart of the Orient. Its woody, amber, slightly animal facets bring it natural and modernity all in subtlety.

Figue Eden

In the shade of the green fig tree, its generous, but forbidden fruit, associated with gourmet vanilla, takes us to the Garden of Eden in a proximity with rich and lush nature.

LIMITED EDITION: Violette d'Amour

In small bouquets of Love at the beginning of the century, the violet appears as in nature in the shape of a heart with its tender sweet smell that emerges at the end of winter then reappears in the lipstick and becomes delicately feminine. Finally, candied in sugar, it adorns our pastries and becomes deliciously greedy… Violette d'Amour