This perfume consumes us with love slowly, sets us ablaze on Oud Wood, while Labdanum and Incense hypnotize us, Rose and Iris fortunately allow us...
Parfums D'ORSAY was born in 1830 when Alfred d'Orsay immortalized in a fragrance his forbidden love with Marguerite Blessington.
In 2015, Amélie Huynh discovers ORSAY, convinced that great stories are made to resist, she makes the decision to give it a second life almost 200 years later.
Captivated by the history of the House, she continues the original love story, deepening the state of love to the point of carnal desire, by talking about feelings and intimacy.
Developing olfactory masterpieces while respecting the D'ORSAY heritage, working in particular with independent noses such as Olivia Giacobetti, Mark Buxton, Karine Chevalier, Bertrand Duchaufour, Fanny Bal, Amélie Bourgeois, Anne-Sophie Behaghel or again Vincent Ricord.
Maison D'ORSAY continues to shine in French craftsmanship by calling on local artisans, whether for glassware, wax or jewelry.
Fragrances for aesthetes made by aesthetes.