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Perfumes born from a heartbeat... 1830, Alfred d'Orsay, a gifted and whimsical esthete, designed the first gender-neutral perfume to conceal his forbidden love affair with Marguerite Blessington.

190 years later, driven by the vision of Amélie Huynh, the Maison d'Orsay continues the olfactory and aesthetic history initiated by Alfred d'Orsay. In homage to the history of its founder, d'Orsay plays with the evocation of different states of love and sentimental meetings, restoring to Alfred and Marguerite their lost correspondence and their secret meetings. Heir to a true heritage, the House continues to defend its exceptional know-how by producing each of its creations in France and sourcing its ingredients responsibly.