Orangers en Fleurs

€145
An elegant, ambrosial, floral perfume scored in effervescent citrus tonalities honors the eminent orange tree, cherished by Europe's royal courts throughout the epochs.
Size:

EAU DE PARFUM

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Available
  • Head Notes

    Citrusy
  • Heart Notes

    Tuberose
  • Base Notes

    Woody

oranges en fleurs

Fragrance

Orangers en Fleurs centers its appeal on the warm floralcy of orange blossom. The volatile, evanescent overture opens with Orange Blossom, Rose Absolute and Egyptian Jasmine Absolute headnotes. An enchanting heart of Tuberose and Eau de Brouts is underscored by floral notes of Ylang Comores and spicy Nutmeg. The basenote drydown blends sheer, silky Cedar Wood and Musk.

Orangers en Fleurs: The concept

The Orange tree is the symbol of fertility, of abundance, of innocence and marriage by excellence, it is also the emblem of eternal love. The orange tree has been eternally associated with weddings. One of the House of Houbigant’s historic clients, Queen Victoria, wore a silk headdress wreathed in orange blossoms, and ornamented her white, silk-satin gown bodice with petal sprays at her 1840 marriage to Prince Albert. From that point onward, Victorian brides wore pastoral coronets of orange blossoms. With its graceful, multi-faceted orange flower bouquet, Orangers en Fleurs taps its royal heritage, blossomed to perfection. Fragrant, floral breath of pure orange blossoms and fresh greenery recalls far-away lands of color and regal epochs of high society. Its composition taps Orange Blossom, Rose Absolute and Egyptian Jasmine Absolute headnotes; heartnotes of Tuberose, Eau de Brouts, Ylang Comores and Nutmeg; and basenotes of Cedar Wood and Musk.

Orangers en Fleurs

With its graceful, multi-faceted orange flower bouquet, Orangers en Fleurs taps its royal heritage, blossomed to perfection.

The crystal flacon redesign is an honorary tribute to its original bottle from the early twentieth-century that had been designed and manufactured by Baccarat for the House of Houbigant on the occasion of the Parfum Idéal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900. The immaculate, minimalist white package is stamped with a gilded logo of stylized orange blossoms.

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