All posts tagged: Bertrand Duchaufour

Esxence 2016 : Day Three : The Long Goodbye

Now we’re onto the third day at Esxence but in reality I was only there for one full day and two half days. You can read about the perfume writing people I encountered, Day One and Day Two if you’re so inclined. There were many […]

Chandler Burr’s Perfume Installation at Pitti Fragranze

Fifteen perfume and art combinations were dotted around Milan’s Pitti Fragranze venue courtesy of Chandler Burr and his exhibition entitled ‘Art, Objects, Shape, Color and Scent’, back in September.  Burr is one of the most well-known perfume writers and his book The Perfect Scent is […]

Happy Monday : Scent Of The Day : Seville à l’aube

Happy Monday. My Scent Of The Day is Seville à l’aube from L’Artisan Parfumeur.  It’s simply stunning. Watch out because this gorgeous blend of orange blossom, honey and incense will bewitch and entice. Find out my thoughts on this perfume by clicking here.  

Summer Perfumes : My Top 10 : 2015

Summer has hit the South of France with a vengeance.  It’s stinking hot already and I live in a non air conditioned house so have become a dab hand with a bottle of Evian Facial Spray while standing in front of the fan.  And no we […]

New Perfume Review : I miss Violet : I Love My Leather Jacket

A version of this article has previously appeared on Ca Fleure Bon by Megan In Sainte Maxime. Bertrand Duchaufour doesn’t really  need much of an introduction to perfume lovers. He creates stunningly beautiful perfumes and I love his burgeoning empire of scent. His ability to work with […]