L'Homme A La Rose

Master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, of Armenian origin, founded his custom-made perfume workshop in 2001 and developed his first Maison Francis Kurkdjian fragrance collection in 2009. He also performs olfactory performances all over the world. The fragrance collection is like an olfactory cloakroom, each facet of which corresponds to a part of ourselves. An internationally renowned contemporary perfumer, in 2020 he offers l'Homme a la rose, an eau de parfum that allows men to wear a rose. A fresh fragrance blending Damask roses from Bulgaria and Centifolia roses from Grasse with grapefruit notes. Here, the base unveils a woodsy accord. The result is a floral and woodsy fragrance in the image of an interpretation of a rose for men.

Maison Francis Kurkdjian

L'Homme A La Rose

men's fragrance

+ -
Families :
floral woody
Head notes :
grapefruit, sage
Heart notes :
damascus rose, lily of the valley, ozone
Base notes :
ambrox, cedar, coumarin, labdanum cistus, musk
Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Francis Kurkdjian was 25 when he created "Male" for Jean Paul Gaultier. Since then, he has signed more than 40 major creations. He also signs APOM (A part of myself), evoking his country of origin, Armenia. In 2001, he opened his own perfume workshop and in 2009 presented the Maison Francis Kurkdjian fragrance collection. Since 2006 he has also presented olfactory performances throughout the world.

Mark all as read
Turn off notifications