Charriol stays on point

22-Oct-2014

Swiss luxury jewellery and timepiece brand Charriol is releasing Philippe Eau de Parfum Pour Homme

This month, Swiss luxury jewellery and timepiece brand Charriol is releasing Philippe Eau de Parfum Pour Homme, named after the founder of the house, French entrepreneur Philippe Charriol.

An oriental fougère created by Christian Vermorel of Mane, it has head notes of marjoram, cardamom and tangelo; heart notes of cinnamon, geranium, amber and labdanum; and base notes of cashmere, sandalwood and cedar.

The bottle differs from previous Charriol perfumes and is a transparent rectangle with a very large textured silver cap. It comes as a 100ml natural spray. Pricing has not yet been announced but other Charriol fragrances cost around $165.

The fragrance will be presented at the TWFA (Tax Free World Association) event in Cannes at the end of the month and will be available through the firm’s boutiques.

Charriol founded his eponymous brand in 1983 in Geneva and launched his first fragrance in 2008. The licence is held by Cofinluxe, which also handles Salvador Dali perfumes and a handful of French budget brands.

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