Blooming of senses
À la rose releases the scent of a grandiose bouquet, where the only two roses varieties of a perfumer are gathered : Centifolia rose absolute with sweet accents, and Damask rose essence to add fruity tones.
As an ode to modern femininity, À la rose sweeps away all the clichés surrounding this multi-faceted flower.
Follow her trail
The À la rose woman leaves in her path a generous and fragrant trail composed of 400 freshly bloomed roses. She embodies an elegant and playful woman, with a radiant joy of living.
A duo in balance
Everything seems to separate these two fragrances, but they remain united by the modern vision of Francis Kurkdjian, who imagined them without thinking of a woman or man who would seize upon them. To each his own or the same for all, gender fades to give way to a sensitivity and expression of a personality.
At the heart of l’Homme À la rose, a floral woody eau de parfum, a duo of perfumer roses is revealed. The Damask rose is a fragile flower that must be harvested by hand in the morning and be treated very quickly to be derived into oil. It brings a slightly spicy effect and a fruity impression of pear and litchi within the top and middle notes. The absolute of Centifolia rose stands out with a honeyed facet and olfactory generosity through the middle and base notes.
By placing the rose at the center of a masculine fragrance, Francis Kurkdjian takes on an essential theme in perfumery to once again venture off the beaten tracks.
At the heart of creation
"Paris is the birthplace of the Maison and my every inspiration. It is also where my stories take shape. The fragrances I create and the names I give them provide the punctuation for every story I wish to tell. Without a story and a name, there can be no fragrance."