A genuine multi-floral bouquet modernized for today’s discerning women
by adding a twist of innovative and vibrant originality
With a reverent nod to the House of Houbigant’s august heritage as official perfumer to Europe’s royal nobility and decorated aristocracy, Quelques Fleurs Royale honors the nineteenth-century legacy essence composed by Jean-François Houbigant for Princess Adélaïde of Orléans, sister of King Louis Philippe I, whom he’d served as official perfumer from 1829.
Uniting a masterly link between past and present, the exquisite fragrance harnesses four centuries of in-house innovation, ingenuity, virtuosity, and artistry. Quelques Fleurs Royale also underscores the House of Houbigant’s relentless pursuit of olfactory perfection such as its unrivaled, genre-defining Quelques Fleurs, composed by in-house French perfumer, Robert Bienaimé, which revolutionized modern perfumery métiers when it’d premiered in 1912 as the world’s first multi-floral bouquet.
The Quelques Fleurs Royale heir reframes Bienaimé’s groundbreaking, multi-floral ancestor to compliment modern rigors. The plush, refined, concordant mélange of velvety, sensual, robust flowers is infused with vibrant, radiant, effervescent citrus facets and silken, woody virtues. As heir to the Quelques Fleurs throne, the Royale scion is a cultivated, buoyant intermezzo between melodious, multi-floral movements.
The alluring, intoxicating scent narrative begins with fresh, restorative, vivacious headnotes of Blackcurrant and Grapefruit. A blossoming, luxurious floral accord pares back a warm heart of Jasmine Absolute, Rose Absolute, Violet, Tuberose Absolute and Beeswax Absolute. An intense, sensual base is cultivated from precious, captivating Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Vanilla and Musk.
HEAD NOTES: Blackcurrant, Grapefruit.
HEART NOTES: Jasmine Absolute, Rose Absolute, Violet, Tuberose Absolute, Beeswax Absolute.
BASE NOTES: Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Vanilla, Musk.