For a long time, Opéra has been the hangout of perfume’s amateurs. Indeed, we can see the most beautiful confidential houses. From the Scent Room of the Pintemps Haussman to the red walls of the Jovoy store, through the Cambon street, you kiss at a glance the main part of the perfume shop of niche’s landscape.
But Opéra will not be envied by the Marais long. Even if, from 10 years, we already found L’Artisan Parfumeur, Etat Libre d’Orange or also The Different Company, Franc-Bourgeois street recently attracts the most beautiful creators. The current fashionable claws go alongside the big names of “olfactive underground”. Guerlain and Chanel’s exclusive collections settled down here, next to Diptyque, Acqua di Parma and Penhaligon’s. Now, it’s the turn of Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle to invest the place. Since few weeks, at the heart of a small case with mirrors on walls and on the ceiling, you will discover the sophisticated creations of this house at the top of the range.
Another concept has just hatched, at Sévigné street : « Parle-moi de Parfum ». A store imagined by the son of a famous perfumer, in order to highlight his talent. Michel Almairac, whom we owe especially Chloé, Bottega Veneta or Rush of Gucci, imagined a range of perfumes, specially dedicated to this space, with a laboratory where solutions will be put in flask under your eyes.
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By Sophie Normand