La Petite Madeleine has the pleasure of being able to sign her fragrances with perfumers who have found an olfactory echo in the poems we imagine.
Nicolas Bonneville started the profession of perfumer very young, at exactly 14 years old. During his career he was able to work with two master perfumers: Françoise Caron & Francis Kurkdjian. He inherited from his restaurateur parents a love for handmade and craftsmanship.
He notably signed “ Encens divin ” and “ Rose ardente ” for Givenchy, “ Rose Blush Cologne ” for Jo Malone, “ Cannabis Patchouli ” for Dries Van Noten, “ BoHaras ” for La Manufacture as well as “ Rose Griotte ” for Les Parfums de Rosine.
Philippine Courtière is a rising name in the world of perfumery.
She notably signed, in collaboration with Camille Goutal, “ Rose Pompon ” by Annick Goutal, “ Divine Oud ” for a collection by Roberto Cavalli and “ Narcissus Poeticus ” in the Atelier des Fleurs de Chloé collection.
Fabrice Pellegrin is above all a man of passion. In him is infused the spirit of Grasse; his father was a perfumer, his grandmother a jasmine picker and his grandfather a supplier of natural ingredients for perfumery.
It is therefore not for nothing that Fabrice Pellegrin is strongly connected to this region. Today, considered one of the greatest perfumers in the world, we have the immense privilege that Âme Santal and Néroli des Lunes are his olfactory signature.
He also signed “ Wanted ” by Azzaro, “ Scandal ” by Jean-Paul Gaultier, “ Néroli d’Ispahan ” by Boucheron, “ Calèche ” by Hermès, “ Sur l’herbe ” by L’Artisan perfumeur, “ La fille de l’air ” by Courrèges, “ Sound of the brave ” by Diesel, “ Insensé ” by Givenchy and even “ Bois doré ” by Van Cleef & Arpels.
It’s a story of transmission that makes Julien Plos such a sparkling perfumer. Immersed in the world of smells since his childhood, he developed a passion for natural ingredients. Little by little he explores and loves this border between light and darkness. It is exactly this feeling that “ Pluie de bergamotes ” provokes.
He is particularly recognized for his olfactory creations in care and hygiene, we all unconsciously loved his creations for this universe. He notably signed “ Imperial Green ” from Maison Lalique and “ Colors feeling black ” from Brocard.
Marie Salamagne is a great perfumer. She has this bridge between craft and artist. For her, “ a good perfume acts like a Proust madeleine ”.
Obviously this brought us closer in our way of imagining and creating perfume. She appreciates notes that have character and offer multiple facets. The iris is therefore a perfect field of expression for our olfactory history.
Marie Salamagne notably signed “ Alaïa Paris ” for Maison Azzedine Alaïa, “ Black opium ” for Yves Saint-Laurent, “ Histoires d'orangers ” by l'Artisan Partemporel, “ Luna ” by Ninna Ricci, “ L'eau d' issey limited edition ” by Issey Miyake, “ Eau de nuit ” by Armani, “ Aqua allegoria mandarin basilic ” by Guerlain, “ Alien goddess ” by Thierry Mugler or even “ Alive ” by Hugo Boss.