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Histoires de Parfums’ fragrances continue the French know-how of making the finest perfumes, whose features are luxury, nobility and creativity. Histoires de Parfums maintains the highest qualitative standards in the choice of its raw materials as well as in the choice of the bottles and packaging.With this perfume library, Gerald Ghislain wished to evoke poetic stories through scents just as books are written to express the author’s ideas and emotions.Gerald Ghislain has written his own life story with the frantic rhythm of a passionate entrepreneur. As an epicurean, he tastes all of life’s savors, sprinkling luxury into his daily life. He gives 100% to his projects. An insatiable wonderer, he listens, reads and discovers all the while drawing inspiration from his adventures The art of perfumery had always been a dream for him. Following his extensive training at ISIPCA, Gerald founded Histoires de Parfums in 2000 and created a collection of rare and delicate perfumes: these perfumes like him are rich in temperament and so, so romantic!The language of Histoires de Parfums is pluralistic and full of enthusiasm. Born in the South of France and raised in Morocco, Gérald grew up surrounded by Mediterranean scents, and refined his palette and nose through gastronomy, where he learned the art of combining and distilling savors. It is the same with perfumery and cuisine, the essences of doing both well are know-how, exception and creativity.histoiresdeparfums
HISTOIRES de PARFUMS offers an olfactory library, one which expresses stories in scent about famous personalities, opulent raw materials and iconic years.

 

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Histoires de Parfums 1804 . Eau de parfum for women

George Sand oriental floral; fem. Top Note: Tahitian Gardenia, Corsica Peach, Hawaiian Pineapple Heart Note: Clove, Nutmeg, Indian Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Rose of Morocco. Base Note: Sandalwood, Patchouli, Benzoin, Vanilla, White Musk.

1826

Eugénie de Montijo sensual amber; fem. Top Note: Bergamot, Tangerine. Heart Note: White Flowers, Violet, Cinnamon, Ginger. Base Note: Patchouli, Amber, Incense, Blond Woods, White Musk, Vanilla.

1873

Colette smooth hesperide; fem. Top Note: Grapefruit, Orange, Citrus, Tangerine, Bergamot, Lime. Heart Note: Lily of the Valley, Orange Blossom, Spring Flowers, Violet, Lavender. Base Note: Vanilla, Caramel, White Musk.

1876

Mata Hari oriental floral; fem. Top Note: Orange, Bergamot, Litchi. Heart Note: Rose, Iris, Violet, Cumin, Cinnamon, Carnation. Base Note: Sandalwood, Vetiver, Guaiacum, White Musk, Vanilla.

1725

Casanova fougere amber; masc. Top Note: Bergamot, Citrus, Grapefruit, Licorice. Heart Note: Lavender, Star Anise. Base Note: Vanilla, Almond, Sandalwood, Cedar, Amber.

1740

Marquis de Sade boisé épicé ; masc. Top Note: Bergamot, Davana Sensualis. Heart Note: Patchouli, Coriander, Cardamom. Base Note: Cedar, Birch, Labdanum, Leather, Vanilla, Elemi, Immortelle.

1828

Jules Vernes aromatic hesperide; masc. Top Note: Grapefruit, Citrus, Tangerine, Eucalyptus. Heart Note: Nutmeg, Pepper. Base Note: Cedar, Incense, Vetiver, Pine cone.

1899

“A Moveable Feast” inspired Gérald Ghislain’s creation of 1899. In this memoir, Hemingway recounts his bohemian life in the Paris of the Roaring Twenties. This fragrance conveys the exuberant mood and unbridled creativity of the time. As an aperitif, notes of Bergamot and Juniper play a part in the lively cafe discussions in the Left Bank’s renowned Saint-Germain-des-Prés where Hemingway got together with the literary expatriates of his “Lost Generation”. Next, Orange blossom, Iris and Cinnamon give way to a hardy Vetiver melded with Amber’s gentleness. It’s like a stroll through the Paris where Ernest became Hemingway.
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