Houbigant Quelques Fleurs l`Original - Eau de Parfum Woman Fragrance

Houbigant Quelques Fleurs l`Original - Eau de Parfum Woman Fragrance

Houbigant Iris des Champs - Eau de Parfum Woman Fragrance


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Iris des Champs will transport whoever smells it in a blossoming field of irises, in the Tuscany countryside, on a beautiful spring day. The flower itself has no smell. Many perfumers have worked with this fabulous raw material, unveiling its earthy facets but none of them have given thought to what the smell of the flower should be. Houbigant has taken a completely different approach by creating an olfactory interpretation of the flower. The perfume overture evokes the freshness of the morning dew with bergamot, lily of the valley and pink pepper. The sensual heart pulses with an alluring bouquet of iris, rose, jasmin sambac and ylang-ylang. The velvety smooth finale concludes with warm and woody notes.
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Base noteAmber, Musl, Sandalwood, Vanilla
Middle noteIris absolute, Iris butter, Jasmine sambac absolute, Rose absolute, Ylang Ylang
Top noteBergamot, Lily of the valley, Pink pepper
Fragrancefloral, woody, powdery
Product TypeEau de Parfum
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It all began with just a basket of flowers. One day in Paris in 1775, a young man, Jean-Francois Houbigant, hung a hand-painted sign of a basket of flowers over his little shop in rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. From the start, his fragrances found favor with royalty and the nobility. When Marie-Antoinette was executed by guillotine in 1793, she carried 3 vials of Houbigant perfume in her corsage to give her strength. In the spring of 1815, Napoleon had been in Paris for only three months, raised an army, and yet found time to shop at Houbigant. Two hundred years later, in 1973, Micheal Perris met the last descendant of the Houbigant family and began his involvement with the House of Houbigant. Years later, the Perris family became the owner of the House of Houbigant, and got the honor to try to put back together the historic brand.