BACK TO PARIS

IMPERTINENT, SOPHISTICATED,
DISCOVER THE NEW BACK TO PARIS, THE EMBODIMENT OF “JOIE DE VIVRE” !

THE PERFUME

An impertinent and sophisticated fragrance that embodies the Parisian woman, her grace and her Joie de Vivre. A gourmand floral with an elegant flowery amber scented trail.

The new interpretation of Back to Paris exquisitely blends notes coming from the Orient and Occident for a sophisticated personality. A touch of delicacy comes at head with delicious and sparkling notes of Rhubarb and Mandarin. The powdery charm of Iris and Violet magnifies the floral heart of a Rose and Jasmine bouquet. A sensual sillage is drawn by the warmth of Patchouli, Tonka Bean and Vanilla. A wink to impertinence!

This unique fragrance leads us through the small, cobbled streets of Paris along with the majesty of the Haussmann-style buildings and boulevards, and the romantic bridges...

 

FROM 55 (30ml)

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THE STORY

Through this perfume, José Eisenberg shares his fascination for the eternal Parisian elegance: the audacity, impertinence and instinctive sophistication of a woman who charms effortlessly. 

A woman living in Paris, in the roaring twenties, carefree but always elegant, strolling along the cobbled streets of the French capital at dawn, after an evening out, studying the Parisians going about their business, some of them on their bikes... This timeless scene was painted by Juarez Machado, with this unique style. The painter brought this scene to life, with an improbable pink-purple shade, the colors of the perfume’s heart notes.

THE CREATOR’S WORD

My Collection L’Art du Parfum is inspired by my love for art and perfume. Painting has been a way to retain and capture my emotions, giving my Perfumes a dimension of eternity.
José Eisenberg

THE OLFACTOY SIGNATURE

The Rose, Queen of flowers, is fresh, feminine and intensely romantic. Throughout the centuries and in many cultures, it is a symbol of love, beauty and perfection.

The Violet tames the passionate nature of the Rose with its powdery notes. A subtle, refined floral accord that transports us to legendary Parisian boudoirs.

Originally from India and Indonesia, it was through the cashmere shawl business in the 17th century that Patchouli was introduced to Europe. During long boat trips, Patchouli leaves were used to protect the fragile fabric. Their woody, earthy and captivating scent won over the women who enveloped themselves in the shawls.

Both sweet and mysterious, Patchouli extended its powers of seduction to the realm of perfumery, where it became a must-have ingredient, fitting into a variety of compositions.