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