As a designer influenced by nature, it was natural that James Heeley should be fascinated by the world of scent. It was after meeting Annick Goutal in 1996 that he discovered how scents are ‘designed’. His first scent, ‘Figuier’, is remarkable for it’s precision in evoking the natural scent of a Mediterranean Fig tree. With time and experience, his beautifully constructed, simple and fresh scents evolved into more complex creations such as ‘Cardinal’, ‘Esprit du Tigre’ and ‘Cuir Pleine Fleur’. His continually evolving collection now includes nine contemporary scents made according to the art of traditional French perfumery.
A mesmerizing incense blend that comes dangerously close to putting us into an actual trance. It c..
An ode to Parisian chic “Think of a famous French perfume from the last century and it will undoubte..
“Oranges and lemons say the bells of St. Clement’s”. A traditional Eau de Cologne translated into a ..
Both breezy and aquatic, Sel Marin perfectly captures an early summer’s day spent at a quiet cove..
Verveine is what the French call verbena-- and this version is what we call lemon verbena. Uplift..
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