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1725

1725

Licorice, Lavander, Amber



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1899

1899

Juniper, Cinnamon, Vetiver



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Ambre 114

AMBRE 114

Spice, Sandalwood, Benzoin, Amber



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Noir Patchouli

NOIR PATCHOULI

Rose, Berries, Patchouli



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1740

1740

Davana, Labdanum, Leather



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Our fragrances now available in freshly-made bath products including shower gel and body lotion.

A new personalized product line of body lotions and shower gels to complement your preferred Histoires de Parfums fragrance.
Through an exclusive technological process, these products will be created on site and available on demand, offering you a customized care.

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Bath line on demand

Our fragrances now available in freshly-made bath products including shower gel and body lotion.

A new personalized product line of body lotions and shower gels to complement your preferred Histoires de Parfums fragrance.
Through an exclusive technological process, these products will be created on site and available on demand, offering you a customized care.

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Gérald Ghislain

When he is creating his perfumes, Gérald interprets in a new way the classic olfactive families by including an unexpected component, to obtain an original and surprising collection.
Our perfumes have a long trail, deep tempered, dense notes and are extremely sensual.

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Chocolate and Marie-Antoinette

Apr 05, 2021 Gérald Ghislain

"At seven o'clock, Sanson comes in. (...) The Queen lunches of a cup of chocolate brought in from the neighbouring café and one of those sweet rolls called mignonnettes. (...) then the Queen of France went up to the scaffold and rushed to her death."

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Gourmand-croquant

Apr 05, 2021 Gérald Ghislain

What do the Gulf and Balkans wars, hot chocolate, Thierry Mugler, candyfloss and a “little black dress” have in common? They are all symbols, more or less obvious, of an olfactory family, the youngest at that: that of gourmand perfumes. Born in 1992 with Angel, it has revolutionised our olfactory landscape. Chocolate and caramel accords, acidulous candy, fruity notes of pear and passion fruit, leathery liquorice, marshmallowy blossoms, it is clear that 30 years since its inception, the gourmand family has invaded our daily lives to the point of redefining them, imposing itself as the marker of not one but two generations. Yet, has it really imposed itself or simply blossomed on a fertile ground?

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Queen of flowers & flower of Queens...

Feb 26, 2021 Gérald Ghislain

Thinking of perfumery and femininity inevitably leads to looking at the history of the Rose. This flower, the most emblematic of all, almost the queen of all plants, still captures our imagination. Romantic or sensual, fanciful or fantastic, bloody or delicate, the rose comes in so many epithets and fragrant expressions that as soon as we smell them, we are reminded of a collective experience shared for millenia by all of humanity.

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The woman who invented perfumes.

Feb 26, 2021 Gérald Ghislain

Perfumery owes a lot to women. Whether it is the discreet diligence of Marie-Thérèse de Laire who formulated mythical bases of perfumery with the molecules developed by her husband at the beginning of the 20th century or the creative genius of a Germaine Cellier or Sophia Grojsman who revolutionised perfumery in the second half of the century, there have always been women in the shadows, either muses or creators.

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