Lesquendieu, La Maison de Haute Parfumerie, has launched a new luxury line of French fragrances that aims to pay tribute to the original founder of the brand, Joseph Lesquendieu, who believed, “The quest for a true luxury product should have no boundaries.”
The main inspiration for this line was to get back to the style of luxury perfumeries of the past and the idea of quality being valued above quantity. Current managing director, Jerome Lesquendieu, has made it a point to be involved with each step of the creation and the production of this new line while paying attention to even the smallest details that will affect the end result of each bottle of perfume.
The perfumes have been relaunched under their original names and include:
- Bonne Fortune: a woody, spicy, citrusy fragrance
- Feu de Bengale: a floral, vanilla fragrance
- Lilice: a powdery, floral fragrance
- Lesquendieu le Parfum: a spicy, oriental fragrance
These fragrances are retailing for €520 for 75 ml and come in a fine glass bottle and cap that have been hand-crafted by French glass maker, Waltersperger.