In the past, the tradition of the mille-fleurs consisted in gathering all the flowers from the harvest that hadn’t been purchased to create bouquets intended to be offered.
With time, its usage evolved and the mille-fleurs became a container where, after each olfactory session, the perfumer’s unfortunate trials where deposited.
We are now in 1967,
Pierre Berdoues places different unsuccessful trials in his mille-fleurs. Like a true chemist, he’s just created unique olfactory concentrate: a floral bouquet with an enticing perfume.
For more than 50 years, we have preserved this formulation like a treasure.
Today, we’ve decided to share it by creating the exclusive olfactory signature of our care line that is proudly named after it.