People of the Labyrinths: Back in stock! For long-time devotees and POTL newbies as well, Luctor et Emergo Perfume and A*MAZE Perfume from The People of the Labyrinths is just about as perfect as a fragrance can be...
Les Parfums de Rosine: Somehow our thoughts and our noses turn to roses and roses quite frequently these days...so we're quite pleased to offer the collection of breathtakingly brilliant fragrances in this divinely chic French line. Simply put, Rosine captures the essence of Parisian cutting-edginess as well as your grandmother's prized All-American Beauty---in sum, there is in this collection a fragrance for even the hardest-hearted of non-rosarians.
Diptyque: We don't know about you, but to us this stupendous wax rendering of a blackberry/rosy nosegay poured into a shimmering ebony glass and dubbed Baies Noir is about as lovely an "anytime" statement as anything could hope to be...from a truly revered Parisian perfumery.
Child Perfume: Perfumer Susan D. Owens' dazzling CHILD Perfume was born of her passion for fragrance and her firm conviction that living a bold, adventurous life is the only life worth living. A lush, heady and intoxicating (but not strange) brew of exotic tropical white florals that includes jasmine and lilac and mimosa and perhaps a mystery accord or three.
Agraria: This festive and beauteous potpourri is just one of the staggering array of selections one might make from this dazzling house - any time of the year. The fact that their signature Bitter Orange Potpourri has long graced a royal house or two simply adds to the charm.
Robert Piguet's Fracas: This legendary French tuberose couldn't be more perfect in this solid little compact. Stunning new packaging houses the most divine scent in a pot that won't leak and, best of all, can actually travel on a plane without fear of confiscation...
Miller et Bertaux: These wildly popular French designers are obsessed with globe-trotting & have drawn on their worldwide sniffing expeditions while concocting the treasures in their line: incense from ancient Mexican churches & roses from the Orient top the list---and they're packaged in elegantly sleek bottles bearing little bobbing balls.