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Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Founded by perfumer Francis Kurkdjian and Marc Chaya in 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian offers a collection of fragrances, each of which reveals a part of ourselves. Imagined as an olfactory wardrobe, it offers singular creations with multiple facets, in a delicate perfectionism.
After creating Jean Paul Gaultier's "Le Mâle" more than 25 years ago, Francis Kurkdjian opened his custom perfume workshop in 2001 before co-founding his eponymous house, where he expresses his contemporary vision of perfumery and his freedom to create. Several iconic fragrances were born, such as Baccarat Rouge 540, inspired by the red color resulting from the fusion of crystal with 24-carat gold powder, or Aqua Universalis, a fresh eau de toilette with a clean, timeless accord.