For its 380th anniversary, Trudon dives back into history and launches a new collection named Tuileries: the new scent – hints back at the French heritage and the countless stories it holds.
The Tuileries collection finds its inspiration in a rare document kept at the French National Archives: the Gazette des Atours de la Reine. In what seems like an ordinary notebook, countess Geneviève d’Ossun – a French courtier who served as lady-in-waiting and first maid of honor to Marie Antoinette – gathered many fabric samples used to tailor the sovereigns’ many dresses and royal outfits.
The fragrance was conceived as an homage to the rose, the Queen’s favorite flower throughout her life.
Head Notes: Pink berry, Blackcurrant, Manderin
Heart Notes: White Flowers, Raspberry, Geranium, Rose
Base Notes: Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vanilla