24 Faubourg EDT by Hermes
Concentration: Eau de Toilette
Size: 100 ml
24 Faubourg aims to please the ladies by giving them a flirtatious and charismatic experience that will leave them wanting more. Introduced in 1995. The nose behind this fragrance is Maurice Roucel.This perfume is spicy and luxurious and has most definitely become a mainstay favorite with most people. This perfume is considered to be a unisex scent and can be used for both men and women.
This captivating scent is fruity-orange based, with highlights of jasmine and iris, without the usual deeper notes of amber, vanilla or patchouli. It is ideal for adding a sophisticated touch to any man's wardrobe. The fragrance opens with fresh orange and ylang-ylang mixed with peachy notes. The heart progressively reveals floral hints that combine into a bouquet of gardenia, black elder and jasmine. The base closes with the addition of warm, sensual woodsy accords, revealing smooth aromas of sandalwood and patchouli.
Hermes 24 Faubourg EDT is an opening into the world of modern perfumery. This hermotic fragrance carries you to an urban boulevard brimming with life. With an intriguing combination of Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier expertise and Hermes savoir-faire, 24 Faubourg takes us on a trip down the boulevard whilst remaining true to the woody, leathery style of Hermes perfumery. The bottle is slender and sensual to the touch. Made in the shape of Hermes' own glassblowing pipe, it gently curves at its mouth, just like a breeze swaying through silk.
About The Brand:
The Hermes story began when Parisian Thierry Hermes started making harnesses for horses in 1837. Soon, he began making leather goods purses, wallets, key cases and luggage tag sand in the 1960s his grandson, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, decided to create ready-to-wear clothing too. Today, Hermes makes shoes, bags, ties and scarves all in the family's original workshops in Paris.
Eau dHermes was one of the most demanding and emblematic creations of the House of Hermes. It was created by Edmond Roudnitzka in 1951 and even today preserves all of its freshness and vigor, like a breath of morning dew. The Eau dHermes bottle is an example of perfect elegance with its crystal geometrical body, which becomes a hymn to clarity and transparency. The perfumes huge success has led to its development in many variations: the Cologne (in the same family since 1958), Eau de Monsieur (1983).
The history of Eau dHermes is rich with timeless quotations, some even naming it the most original perfume of all time. This groundbreaking perfume combines freshness, transparency and purity. The crisp, aromatic top notes dance on the skin, emphasizing the natural beauty of its wearer.
Since its very first creation, the House has produced some 25,000 perfumes. With each new olfactory interpretation, Hermes explores the pleasures of creativity and challenges itself to reinterpret the codes of elegance. "Creative thought is an act of freedom producing ideas that are turned into forms."
Top Notes: Hiacynth, Orange, Ylang-Ylang, Peach and Bergamot
Middle Notes: Orange Blossom, Gardenia, Jasmine, Black Elder and iris
Base Notes: Amber, Sandalwood, Patchouli and Vanilla