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The natural feminine audacity

For L'Artisan Parfumeur, "audacity" is a raison d’être of the brand which, since 1976, has been transforming nature with the boldness of the artist’s touch. The women perfumers who have collaborated with the house embody this audacity: the desire to "get off the beaten track" (Céline Ellena), the thirst for "transgression" (Marie Salamagne), the freedom to "reinvent oneself" (Anne Flipo).

These women dare to reinterpret nature’s bounty — the flowers and plants that surround us all — with the generous spirit of female intuition.

When Juliette Karagueuzoglou puts Brittany in a scent…

"For Un Air de Bretagne, the audacity was to work around seaweed, which can be associated with food, by putting it at the forefront of a creation for a brand as poetic and qualitative as L'Artisan Parfumeur. I needed to bring elegance and fluidity to it, without ever hiding or covering it up".

With a sunny, citrusy opening dominated by bergamot and neroli, beats a deeply marine heart. A "sea-spray" effect which Juliette has created through the use of an algae absolute and gives the fragrance its originality.

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An audacious challenge by
Karine Dubreuil

"For Mûre et Musc Extrême the challenge was great because the Mûre et Musc fragrance had been L'Artisan Parfumeur’s bestsellers for years. I wanted it to be more direct in its red fruit notes which I pushed and made more gourmand, less fresh citrusy in the head to have a quicker access to the musks which I worked to develop a more sensual feeling. "

The addition of blackcurrant enhances the existing crisp blackberry note, reinforced by the sensuality of the musk. This creates a luscious intensity resulting in a fruity epicurean delight. A challenge which Karine Dubreuil has boldly taken up.

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Women perfumers create their portraits.
They answered the question: "If you were...? »