Piguet's Parisienne party in the Pacific

03rd August, 2012

Robert Piguet Parfums hosted its first launch event in Asia last month, to promote its existing lines as well as to introduce its forthcoming Pacific Collection.

Of the Parisienne themed affair, Joe Garces, President and CEO of the brand said “This is the first time that Piguet has been introduced in Asia—with a line specifically designed for and inspired by Asian Pacific consumers and culture”

Blossom, Chai and Jeunesse were each inspired by the Pacific region and created by Givaudan’s Aurelien Guichard. Blossom features orange and neroli in the top, orange blossom at the heart and bitter orange leaves and musk in the base notes. Chai has top notes of bergamot leaves and orange blossom, fades into a honey and white tea heart and dries down into a base of yerbamate. The final fragrance in the trio, Jeunesse, opens with black currants, features a heart of raspberries and pomegranate and again has a musky bottom.

These EDPs will be available in Bergdorf Goodman in the US in the autumn, retailing at $150.00 for 100ml.

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    • Kiliwia | 11th August 2012 14:52

      These sound interesting, can't wait to try them.

    • LaNose | 13th August 2012 01:11

      Sounds like fruit punch. I prefer Kool-Aid

    • Calyx93 | 16th August 2012 17:36

      "... has a musky bottom." LOL