A master of haute parfumerie, Maison Trudon extends its expertise with five stand-alone references: Bruma, Olim, II, Revolution, and Mortel.
A unique approach
Simply named Trudon, the new perfume line still claims references to religion, royalty and revolution. And yet breaks free from them.
Three highly praised perfumers - Lyn Harris, Antoine Lie and Yann Vasnier - infuse the collection with rich historical notes that are meaningful today. They compose five contemporary chapters: in each one, noble, natural ingredients take centre stage. Neither feminine nor masculine, the perfumes contain an olfactory complexity that hints at a character rather than a gender.
It is part of Cire Trudon’s ethos to collaborate with different talents, promote creative freedom and showcase different expertise. Handpicking three perfumers was therefore a deliberate choice and despite each perfumer’s singular approach, a strong statement runs through this first collection.
Individually given a brief by a sophrologist, each nose was taken to a Parisian landmark; chosen for its evocative meaning; each venue catalysed singular ideas and sources of inspiration.
The 100ml perfume bottle resembles the design of Cire Trudon’s scented candles. Created by Pauline Deltour, the rippled-glass cap evokes the elegant silhouette of La Promeneuse. In a pine-green hue, the top counterbalances the transparent bottle, inspired by blocks of crystal.