The Perfumer's Library from luxury perfumer Miller Harris
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The idea of a fragrance made for you is great. Not only it sounds like something only queens and princesses would have, it is also an opportunity to really reflect your personality through your perfume. And in a perfect scenario, maybe even have more than one scent, because let's face it, we all have our mood swings.
Perfumer Lyn Harris, founder of luxurious fragrance house Miller Harris, has turned the idea of the signature scent on its head with her Perfumer's Library collection. The Perfumer's Library is a set of five scents to suit different seasons, occasions and moods. The idea, according to Miller Harris, is to "build up a wardrobe of fragrances rather than being restricted to purely one".
The Perfumer's Library will initially feature five of Harris' personal favourites, which have (until now) never been sold. These are: No.1 Le Jasmin, a dewy white floral created in 2010; a scent from 1998, called No.2 Tuberosa; No.3 Veti Vert, a chic masculine fragrance from 2006; No.4 La Feuille, a fruity, green chypre for women from 2009; and finally one from 1999 called Verger, described as a nostalgic, wild, crisp and joyful fragrance.
Miller Harris is also launching two new fragrances, the Marrakesh inspired La Pamplemousse – a grapefruit fusion with earth root notes – and Fleur du Matin, which was inspired by the dew and herby floral bouquet of an early morning walk on the island of Port Cros in France.
Priced at £195 for each 100ml bottle, the ‘Perfumer’s Library’ collection by Miller Harris is set to launch today, November 1.
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