Frédéric Malle grew up immersed in the world of perfumery; his grandfather, Serge Heftler-Louiche, was most notably the founder of Parfums Christian Dior. Malle began his career in 1988 at Roure Bertrand Dupont, the prestigious perfume laboratory. Over the years, he acquired a deep knowledge of the raw materials used in the composition of perfumes, as well as a strong sense of olfactive balance. He is an “evaluator,” the professional term that defines a specialist whose deep understanding of fragrance structure and accords enables him to critique a perfume’s composition.
A serene virility, brutal by the overdose of single notes and subtle due to the sophistication of th..
Some fragrances revel in their ambiguity. Noir Epices is an Oriental which spares the vanilla and in..
Capturing the elusive, unidentifiable scent of a woman's dress in collaboration with Alber Elbaz, ..
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