For its 380th anniversary, Trudon dives into history and launches a new collection called Tuileries, referring to French heritage and the countless stories it contains.
Trudon finds his inspiration in a rare document kept in the French National Archives: the Gazette des Atours de la Reine. In what appears to be an ordinary notebook, Countess Geneviève d'Ossun - a French courtesan who served as lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette - has collected numerous samples of the fabrics used to make the sovereigns' many royal dresses and outfits.
Pink Pepper, Blackcurrant, Mandarin
White Flowers, Raspberry, Geranium, Rose
Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vanilla
55 to 60 hours