"The original fragrance. The ultimate refinement. A supple leather mingling with spices and woods." Jean-Claude Ellena
Conceived by Edmond Roudnitska in 1951 on the basis of a citrus, spicy, floral theme, Eau d'Hermès is the first perfume of the house. It draws its inspiration from the idea of a magical smell, full of sensuality: "The inside of an Hermès bag where the scent of a perfume lingered... A note of fine leather wrapped in fresh trails of citrus fruit and seasoned with spices," the composer described it at the time. A historical novel inspired by in-house customs and traditions, it is intended for men as well as women. A powerful, sensual writing style.
3.3 fl. oz./100 mL
In 1837, Thierry Hermès opened a workshop that made fine harnesses and saddles in the heart of Paris. Today, Hermès is still a family company that strives to create a world where beauty, functionality, and indulgence are in perfect harmony. Hermès is renowned for its accessories and leather goods, of course, but it's the Hermès fragrance collection that so perfectly captures the essence of true French style.