Though the aroma of the forest is a muse to many perfumers, fougère fragrances—the family of green and woody scents—are still considered somewhat niche.
An apothecary for the stylish set.
Parisian perfume polymath Rami Mekdachi applies his 20 years of perfumery experience to every evocative fragrance he creates.
Discover the glamorous history of scent through interactive and state-of-the-art technology.
Those with an appetite for Italian handmade goods will be sated by Acqua di Parma’s new Miami boutique.
For Prada, Daniela Andrier has become the unofficial house perfumer, creating 28 fragrances to date.
Why perfumers are whipping up sweet gourmand concoctions like never before.
Batême a Feu is the kind of luminous fragrance you will want to trail through holiday parties, and inhale off your cashmere shawl as you exit into cool nights.
It all began with 1,000 bars of triple-milled, vegetable-based, single-note-scented soaps that were handcrafted in southern France.