Brand Spotlight: L'artisan Perfumeur
Posted: May 04 2017
Before there was a niche fragrance market, there was L’Artisan Parfumeur. French chemist Jean Laporte created an unlikely banana eau de toilette for a party at Paris’s Folies Bergère cabaret. Two years later, he released another unusual scent, Mûre et Musc (one of the first perfumes to use blackberries), which made him famous among Europe’s underground perfume scene.
The emphasis of L'Artisan blends is on scents from nature so whether you simply want to try out the latest release or search for a well-established classic, we suggest spending some quality time browsing our wide selection of L'artisan perfumes priced at up to 40% below retail prices. Exclusively stocked in South Africa at My Perfume Shop!