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January 04, 2016


The Annick Goutal name represents modern, feminine, yet classic creations in the world of perfumes. The namesake niche brand was started by a French model and pianist with a passion for the world of fragrances. In 1981 Annick Goutal opened her first shop on Rue de Bellechasse, Paris where she made a name for herself in the industry, thanks to the popularity and originality of her two original creations: Petite Cherie and Eau de Hadrian. 

Eau d'Hadrian - Created as an expression for Annick Goutal's deep love for Italy, and was inspired by the olfactory experience of being in the Tuscan countryside. As someone who shares this same love for Italy, I can truly say that this perfume does evoke those memories and scents of Tuscan landscape. Just think; a lush fruit garden ripened in the Italian sun, surrounded by woody Cypress. 

Fragrance Notes: Base of Italian Cypress, to echo Tuscan gardens and landscapes. Sicilian Lemon, Grapefruit, Green Mandarin, Aldehydes, and Ylang Ylang.

Petite Cherie - Created as a gift for her daughter, Camille. It evokes the scent of "a young girl's cheek that you want to kiss" - both innocent and seductive at the same time. It's a sweet, youthful, and feminine fragrance that is reminiscent of cleanliness and childhood. 

Fragrance Notes: Peach, Pear, Rose, Cut Grass, and Vanilla. 

Have you tried one of the house's classic scents?

*pr samples included.

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