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It is in France that James Heeley, a young English designer inspired by nature, discovered the way perfumes are composed. Today, his perfume collection is taking shape following the evolution of his self-taught work, while respecting the traditional art of French perfumery. The know-how of James Heeley is found in the creation of the perfumes and the graphics of the cases.
Born in Yorkshire, James Heeley studied philosophy and aesthetics at King's College and then moved to Paris. One of his first fragrances was Menthe Fraîche, a true exercise showcasing a rare note in perfumery. With time and experience, more intense constructions such as Cardinal were born and olfactory landscapes like Sel Marin and Hippie Rose were added.