A complimentary classic
A complimentary classic

L’Artisan Parfumeur is offering you a complimentary 10ml travel size Passage d'Enfer with all purchases over $125.

Rediscover Passage d’Enfer, a mystic and sensual accord enveloping the male body and clothing the female body.

Un Air de Bretagne

THE INSPIRATION

Inspired by regions of France, L'Artisan Parfumeur's Landscapes Collection has wandered the country in its search for iconic scents.

The collection was initiated with Bucoliques de Provence in 2016, a perfume that evokes the lavender fields of the South of France. This year, L'Artisan Parfumeur sets course for the west of the country.

Fascinated by the wild Brittany coast and the endless energy of its wind and waves, the perfumer Juliette Karagueuzoglou captured the sea breeze and iodized oxygen in a fragrance, named Un Air de Bretagne.

Intertwined with seaweed absolute and green notes of cypress absolute, the tempestuous heart of the fragrance becomes luminous. On the skin, the breeze gives way to an addictive softness... The storm outside gradually becomes a comforting murmur.

EXCEPTIONAL RAW
MATERIALS

EXCEPTIONAL RAW
MATERIALS

"Marbling allows to paint the paper, and to transform colours into crashing sea waves, into marble patterns, into extravagant bird plumages and into all other sorts of figures..." Athanasius Kircher Rome, 1646.

The Marble Paper

The Marble Paper

The marbled paper box visually distinguishes the Landscapes collection fragrances from the rest of our perfumes.

Marble papers are colourful sheets of papers that were once used as a flyleaf for books in the old days. Placed between the leather cover and the printed paper, they were beautifully protecting the content of the book.

<< It is so-called simply because it imitates the pattern of marble. […] Whether they are simple or complex, marble papers always call for imagination and a true know-how from the marbler, the artisan who makes them to ornament books. The technique consists of making colours float at the surface of a liquid, then delicately transferring these onto a sheet of paper. >>

Extract from: The marbled paper, history and craft, Marie-Ange Douzy – Stéphane Ipert

PROLONG THE JOURNEY...