Aromatic and woody, feels like a bracing walk through the pine forest on a frosty day.
On August 15, 1774, King Louis XVI makes a wonderful gift to his wife Marie-Antoinette : The Petit Trianon. At Trianon, Marie-Antoinette created a haven of intimacy that allowed her to escape the etiquette. She indulged her taste for country-style patterns and pastel colors.
Evoking the sun-baked warmth Provence, a fresh Lavender enhanced by amber, vanilla, lemon leaf and musk.
Imagine an orange grove at sundown - orange and petitgrain mix with orange blossom and rose to produce a fragrance, which is strongly reminiscent of the original ‘4711’ cologne.
Widely acknowledged as the strongest of the lemon scents. Put zest into your living space with this sparkling mix of crisp green citrus sitting on a floral heart of white jasmine finishing on a soft musk base.
A luxurious blend of champagne, lychees, red raspberries and velvety rose petals, this romantic, soft and sweet fragrance denotes pure luxury.
This fragrance oil is inspired by traditional Earl Grey Tea leaves which are blended with citrusy zest and sweet herbal notes to create a refined scent that is both fresh and clean.
Following the example of the Prince de Condé in Chantilly, Marie-Antoinette wanted to have her own little village to enjoy the pleasures of the countryside with her children. Her aspiration for a rural paradise is somewhat a result of Enlightenment. The Queen had her Hameau built in Versailles in 1783, going against the traditions of the old Royal Court.
Summer Berries, Oranges and Lemons blend with an euphoric bouquet of Jasmine, Lilac and Lavender to evoke the enchanting smell of summer.