Great perfumery derives from a meeting of memory and the senses, an alchemy of colours, textures and ideas. These endless combination are mixed and balanced until a unison is reached, until buried emotions are unearthed.
A perfume should express something very personal – a feeling, a character – rather than a generic idea. The perfumer, an artisan of shades, does not merely seek to make an impact but strives to compose a testimony to human emotion.
Velvety rose; intoxicating tuberose; sunny lavender; sumptuous jasmine; soft, sensual, heady musk; subtle, hot, marine ambergris… This is but a glimpse of the palette of essences making up the enchanted universe of fragrance.