For Hermes, the adventure begins in 1951 with Eau d’Hermes, composed by one of my favorite perfumers Edmond Roudnitska, one of the greatest creatives in the world of fragrances.
The scent, aiming for the Hermes girl, is a daring fragrance that contains striking ginger and sensual tuberose. A floral, spicy and exotic eau de parfum. This second perfume is even more unmissable for the Hermes girls as the first. It’s even more energetic, and definitely more powerful.
Think a pink pepper bite, with roses in the heart and patchouli that makes the perfume remotely explosive. The little silk wraparound bracelet on the bottle is made from the Sangles and Zigzag scarf and refers to the Hermes silk art. (85 ml | €127)