Royal Perfume French Crown
The capital of perfumery, the origin of many legendary fragrances, today enthusiastically inspires the whole world to follow new trends in scent. During the Era of Palace Revolutions, France rightfully bore the title of the most exquisite and aristocratic kingdom, serving as the inspiration for the perfume from the new perfume and jewelry collection ‘Crowns of the World’ by Merry Belle in our time.
France is replete with the scents of Provencal meadows, lavender fields bordering the city’s fragrance of trendy rooms and tiny coffee shops. The essence of aristocracy, bourgeoisie and nobility of the Belle Époque permeates passages, fashion houses and first-class cabaret. Aldehydic, complex and dramatic fragrances – they are everywhere in the air. The scent of boxwood bushes in front of the Grand Palais and fallen petals of wild roses, woven into a solo of freshly cut grass, weightless bubbles of sparkling champagne from the Parisian salons of the Tuileries gardens, where the emperor’s kings and mistresses spend their leisure time, the textured notes of the flower market and individuality of Arabian spices, the wet stones of the Seine embankment pier after the rain – the air of royal France is in an exquisite bottle.