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Eau de Narcisse Bleu

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Eau de Narcisse Bleu was created by Hermès’ in-house perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena as part of the ‘Les Colognes Hermes’ collection in 2013 and, after all this time, it remains one of my favourite go-to spring scents.

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Eau des Merveilles Bleue

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Eau des Merveilles Bleue goes in a different direction than the other four fragrances in the Hermès Merveilles collection. It takes the original Merveilles salty-skin accord, adds minerals and green notes, replacing the warmth with a sublimely cool freshness. Out of the shimmering sun and into the aquatic blue.

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Twilly d’Hermès

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Launched in 2017, Twilly d’Hermès EdP was inspired by Hermès’ iconic skinny, silk, Twilly scarf. Named for the 'twill' weave pattern used make the material drape, the Twilly was introduced in the 1930’s and was designed wrap around the handles of your Hermès bag to protect them from wear and to give your bag a little personality. How about that - accessories for your accessories. Of course, people found more creative ways to wear their Twilly’s: as belts, headbands, bracelets, you get the idea.

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Eau d’Orange Verte

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Originally named Eau de Cologne d’Hermès, Eau d’Orange Verte in was created by Françoise Caron in 1979 and marked the beginning of the Hermès Cologne collection.  What marked this cologne as an original forty years ago was the pairing of traditional vibrant orange citrus with the cool green chypre-like notes of moss, leaves, and woods, which gave the scent a bitter freshness, a dark complexity.

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Eau de Mandarine Ambrée

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Mandarine Ambrée is from the Hermès Colognes Collection, created by the Master of Simple but Fascinatingly Complex , Jean-Claude Ellena. 

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Eau de rhubarbe écarlate

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This summer my favourite cologne is the perfectly non-gendered Eau de rhubarbe écarlate, or Scarlet Rhubarb in English, by Christine Nagel for Hèrmes. Ms. Nagel recently took over from Jean-Claude Ellena as House Perfumer  for Hèrmes, and we list many of her brilliant scents in our Decant Store.

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Vanille Galante

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Vanille Galante is part of the Hermessence  Collection from Hermes, where M. Ellena was Fragrance Director until he retired recently. Ellena built each of the Hermessence scents around a specific note paired with a second contrasting note, and he portrays these familiar notes in unexpected ways, using his uniquely transparent aesthetic to surprise us.

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Poivre Samarcande

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It is one of the original four fragrances in the Hermessence Collection by Jean –Claude Ellena which was launched in 2005. Ellena’s minimalist signature style is obvious in all the Hermessence fragrances, which he says are not “big stories” like complex fragrances can be, but rather he thinks of them as little haiku, or simple olfactory poems. (W Magazine, o9/01/2004). Poivre Samarcande is his poem about pepper. Black pepper. Hot, and spicy, and dry. Perfectly unisex.

Ellena’s creative inspiration was simple:

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Iris Ukiyoé

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Iris Ukiyoé is Jean–Claude Ellena’s perfume story about the iris flower. Although the flowers can’t be distilled for perfumery – the roots are used instead - iris blooms are fragrant, and different varieties have distinct scents. Some are spicy, like rose or carnation. Others smell of oranges or orange blossom, some are peachy, the tall varieties have a hint of chocolate or anise. But they all have a honeyed sweetness and a vegetal richness that makes the smell of iris flowers unique.
 

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Epice Marine

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Epice Marine translates as Spice Sea, but the scent is very different from what the name implies. This is not the stereotypical synthetic blue aquatic note so be prepared for a different experience than what your mind expects. First of all, the opening notes sparkle with bergamot, a lime-lemony rush very tart, green, and fresh, which is quickly followed by a cool spray of salty sea air – if you’ve sailed in cool weather you’ll know the smell/taste I’m talking about.
 

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