Inspired by Yves Coueslant’s childhood memories on the Do Son beach, Vietnam, this floral-forward scent smells like creamy tuberoses sprinkled in fresh seawater.
This is the perfect option for anyone looking for a luxurious skin scent. It’s soft, clean, and intimate, with its powdery iris and musky accords shining through the most.
Philosykos is an ode to the fig tree, highlighting the freshness of fig leaves, the rich flavor of the figs, and the tree’s white wood. It’s fresh and green with hints of earthiness.
This perfume captured Paris in the early 1960s when it was alive with jazz clubs, artistic encounters, and a lively, vibrant atmosphere.
Inspired by the many different scents of roses throughout their lifetime, from the moment they are buds to full bloom, Eau Rose is flirty, floral, and feminine.
If you like smokey, leathery scents that are reminiscent of the smell of money, this unisex fragrance is worth giving a try.