Photo : FRAGONARD PARFUMEUR
Step into the shoes of a nose and unveil how they work to memorise and combine essences to create their vision of a flower.
During the workshop, you will discover the history of the wild rose and the way it is used in perfumery. You will also create your own customised Eau de Toilette (12 ml in a spray). A fun way to enter the world of perfumes and uncover the secrets of Grasse. The workshop is open to everyone aged 12 and over.
Thu 26 May 6pm | £9, conc. £7, in English
The story began in Grasse in 1926, when Eugene Fuchs opened a perfumery, naming it after the famous Grasse-born painter Jean Honoré Fragonard (18th century). The Fuchs and Costa families developed the business through the generations. Production has now expanded on three different factories on the Côte d’Azur (Grasse and Eze), all open to public and offering every day free guided tours to discover the various stages of production.
The family saga then moved on to include the women of the family, Anne, Agnès and Françoise. The sisters joined their father at the head of the firm when they were very young, ready to take over the company and guide it towards further horizons, with exclusive fashion, lifestyle, tableware items and olfactory workshops. Find them in their stores and in factories along the French Riviera, where you can discover their Flower of the Year and all their exclusive manufactured products.
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