If you love history and you love perfumes, then there's a line of scents made just for you, each one documenting a person and time period with a unique perfume. It's the HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS collection, and all nine scents are divine, for men and for women.
1 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1725
Sweet, woodsy and spicy, warm and inviting, this scent was inspired by legendary lover Casanova.
2 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1804
This scent, with Hawaiian Pineapple, Indian Jasmine, and Patchouli tones, was inspired by Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin (also known by her pen name of George Sand), an heiress and thoroughly modern woman.
3 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1826
As complex and sensual as the woman who served as the inspiration born in 1826, the French empress, Eugénie de Montijo.
4 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1828
This invigorating, exciting scent was inspired by legendary adventurer and writer Jules Verne.
5 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1876
Rich, exotic, mysterious, sweet and spicy, this scent, with tones of bergamot, lychee, and vanilla, was inspired by Mata Hari.
6 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1899
As inspired by the City of Lights - Paris - as it was by Ernest Hemingway during his time there.
7 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS 1969
1969 was a sensual year, and this scent, with warm, sweet noes of peach, rose, clove, patchouli, chocolate, and coffee is the perfect way to celebrate that feeling.
8 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS Noir Patchouli
This woody, mysterious scent is gorgeous, a scrutiny of one of the key ingredients in most other perfumes: patchouli.
9 HISTOIRES DE PARFUMS Ambre 114
With an impressive total of 114 amber-centric ingredients, this scent celebrates the natural sensuality of amber.
Which of these perfumes do you want to try first?
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