Parfums de Marly launches Layton, the intense sensuality

25/09/2016
Parfums de Marly launches Layton, the intense sensuality

Dott.com - Blue Salon launched the new fragrance for men Layton from Parfums de Marly, in a stylish ceremony in the presence of Mr. Nabil Abu Issa, Vice Chairman of Blue Salon, Mr. Julian musette, Regional Director of Sales and Marketing for Parfums de Marly, Ms. Alexa Jacqueline, director of marketing for Parfums de Marly and representatives of Blue Salon and journalists.

The story? A sensual and scented composition infusing ease and nobility into the festive and harmonious atmosphere of the Versailles court.

The formula? Bergamot leads with its tangy passion, while lavender and geranium blend into a fresh note, chic and chivalrous all at once. The intensity rises from mesmerizing amber, enhanced by the natural elegance of a pink pepper. Distinguished and addictive, its character carried by vanilla and precious woods grows more powerful thanks to an intriguing note: a flavorful and fascinating hint of caramelized coffee.

The scent, as seen by its creator: "I imagine cascades of aromatic scents bursting from the royal fountains while racehorses in dazzling dresses set out to shine during the equestrian exploits of the age" highlights Hamid Merati-Kashani (Firmenich)

Unforgettable thanks to its addictive presence and unique appeal, this exhilarating fragrance fits within the great lineage of Parfums de Marly. Its bottle features the brand’s equestrian cabinets, embossed on solid and opaque glass. The captivating refinement of the fragrance establishes itself with majesty. Proud and velvety, like the night blue mat of its bottle, LAYTON radiates with a fragrant, sensual and mighty seduction.

 

Parfums de Marly

Julien Sprecher, connoisseur, and creator of Parfums de Marly combines his love of horses with the history of France through a collection of rare and authentic perfumes.

"During the XVIIIth century, horses and perfumes were the pride and glory of the nation," recalls Julien Sprecher. Among European monarchies, Louis XV's court is largely reputed as "the perfumed court". At Versailles, scents rule in style while Europe's finest stallions thrive in the stud farms of France. In 1739, Louis XV commissioned Cuillaume Coustou to sculpt equestrian statues “The Horses of Marly” to further enhance the perfumed fountain, a main moment of the court. Fragrant odes to an era where splendour was the symbol of ultimate beauty, Parfums de Marly’s creations pay tribute to King Louis XV’s two passions that dominated his life: thoroughbreds and pure perfumes.

Parfums de Marly’s collections create a unique world filled with signature scents. SEDBURY, MELIORA, HEROD, PEGASUS, DARLEY, ATHALIA, NISEAN boldly dive into captivating deep harmonies with a flair for exceptional raw material.

"Perfume is a time capsule. It has the power to take us on a journey. I have always loved this 18th century where horses and perfumes were the pride and glory of France," says Julien Sprecher.

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