Alameda de Robert Piguet captures the scents of the park surrounding the Alhambra, which are filled with wild flowers and roses that were planted by the Moors. Finished with a touch of amber, the scent is a fragrance made for a Sultan. It is extravagant and rich, like a fragrant crown adorned with a delicate note of citrus, the jewels of fine flowers, and the warmth of stunning accents like candied patchouli and creamy amber.
Experience the regal beauty of Alameda de Robert Piguet. The olfactive vision is an inspiration from the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. The structure was converted from a fortress into a royal palace in 1333 and built for the last Muslim Emirs in Spain and their court, of the Nasrid dynasty. The Alhambra is the country's most significant Berber Islamic architecture.
Top: Bergamot, Lys
Middle: Rose, Orris
Base: Candied Patchouli, Amber, Castoreum
100 mL/ 3.4 oz.
About Robert Piguet:
Robert Piguet founded his haute couture house in 1933. It soon became famous for elegant and compelling creations, thanks in part to the talented designers whom Piguet employed and mentored (the list includes Christian Dior, Pierre Balmain, and Hubert de Givenchy). In 1944, Piguet introduced a perfume collection that continues to this day to capture the essence of luxurious Parisian style. The seductive, timeless scents of Robert Piguet endure trends, yet captivate the imagination of each new generation.