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L'ARTISAN PARFUMEUR

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A chemist by training, Jean Laporte became the craftsman of fragrance – L’Artisan Parfumeur – as he experimented with rare and raw botanicals, devising new combinations of scents from nature’s palette of fragrant essences.

Distilled from the most exquisite materials, Laporte’s compositions won him a following of connoisseurs. Mûre et Musc, his signature blend of blackberries and musk was instantly recognized as a masterstroke and secured his place in the annals of perfumery.

Laporte gave distinguished perfumers free rein to create original fragrances for the label. Thus a series of poetic scents was born: La Chasse aux Papillons, Premier Figuier, Drôle de Rose, L’Eau d’Ambre and more. In 1979 Laporte opened the first L’Artisan Parfumeur shop on the Rue de Grenelle in Paris, a mythical address for fragrance enthusiasts.

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Puig acquired the house in 2015, intent on burnishing the brand to a high polish. The following year L’Artisan Parfumeur debuted its handsomely redesigned stores, many of which feature glass-encased mini-gardens, planted with essences found in the label’s perfumes.

The offering of heritage L’Artisan Parfumeur fragrances has been enriched with new compositions: Les Paysages collection is inspired by the landscapes of France, while La Botanique collection evokes the fantastical plants of an imaginary garden.

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Puig has burnished the cult fragrance house to a high polish

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