We are proud of working with master perfumers. It brings a variety and depth to our collection. We believe their talents should be recognised and celebrated just as composers, artists for the enormous pleasure they bring us. Until lately, almost all perfumers worked behind the scenes, anonymously. Now, noses are emerging from their laboratories, starting to talk about their creations, and what goes into them. They have the talent and skill to whisk us through time and space, bringing back memories of people and places we’ve known and loved. Through their artistry, we can feel more romantic, more powerful, more beautiful, more creative…


Chris Maurice (Christian Carbonnel) is a Spanish master perfumer specialized in niche, artistic and oriental perfumes and he is today a reference in this discipline. His grandfather was a French perfumer who moved to Spain to produce essential oils and established Carbonnel factory in 1925. Now the family company is located in Barcelona and the business is in its third generation and the fourth is coming. Growing up in the environment of niche fragrances, he had the opportunity to work on key projects for the leading brands in Europe and the Middle East, including Xerjoff, Sospiro, Casamoratti, Nishane, Fragrance Du Bois, Masque Milano, Zoologist, Santi Burgas, Jardins de France, Kemi. He has dedicated his career to treating refined and exceptional essences, which marry perfectly with his idea of High Perfumery, winning and being nominated to many prestigious awards: The Art and Olfactory Awards 2016, 2020, 2021…


Born in England, Mark studied in Hamburg before falling in love with Paris, where he has lived for more than 20 years. He is the author of fragrances for major luxury brands such as Givenchy, Versace, Van Cleef & Arpels, Paco Rabanne, Burberry, Cartier, Chopard, Ferré. The audacity of his olfactory creativity was fully expressed with the first Comme des Garçons perfume. Mark Buxton creations propose a refined world with an astonishing modernity. His style, rich and contrasting, fuses a traditional British touch, a hint of contemporary dandy, a rock and offbeat energy that casts off luxury codes with impertinence and daring. His search for absolute simplicity is translated into a seamless rigor and short olfactory formulas.