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3 Mar

Introducing Maison Francis Kurkdjian À La Rose


A fragrance inspired by Marie Antoinette’s love of roses and a portrait of the infamous doomed Queen entitled A La Rose. Love captured in a bottle infused with 250 precious roses from Grasse.

“This is my tribute to femininity,” says Francis Kurkdjian of his À La Rose Eau de Parfum. This beautiful fragrance is blended with two types of Rose – the Damascena Rose from Bulgaria as a pretty and sensual top note, and the Centifolia Rose from Grasse to give it a deep and musky undertone. Pear and Lychee draw down to heart accords of Violet and Magnolia Blossom, while a Cedarwood base adds a sophisticated finish to this heady scent.

This fragrance is a love letter to femininity and sensuality.


A fresh, true rose scent

Damask rose, bergamot, orange, violet, cedar, musk, and Centifolia rose

At this point, saying you don’t like rose perfumes is about as original as bragging that you don’t own a television. Anyone who still thinks the classic floral note automatically makes a scent grandma material needs to find a bottle of Kurkdjian’s light, pure creation immediately and start spritzing.

After the bright citrusy notes dissipate (quickly—think seconds, not minutes), you are left with pure flower power: two kinds of rose absolutes that smell as fragrant and pure as an armful of real, sun-warmed garden blooms.

The formula is so light that it fades into just a trace of powdery musk, but that didn’t turn out to be a bad thing—we actually look forward to reapplying after a few hours to get another addictive hit of the rose notes.

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Maison Francis Kurkdjian A La Rose  $247 (70ml)

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Sarah Henderson

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