Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Maison Francis Kurkdijan Fragrances - Paris

Review by Lisa VanWilliams
Francis Kurkdijan is referred to as one of the world's most talented perfumers. He started his career creating scents for leading fashion brands such as Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Dior, and Jean Paul Gaultier. He became famous at the age of 26 for designing the scent of Le Male for Jean Paul Gaultier, and it ended up becoming one of the worlds best selling perfumes. Francis also came up with over 40 creations for fashion brands over the years, some of these scents include: Joop-Muse, Burberry-My Burberry, Kenzo-Kenzoki Lotus blanc, & Giorgio Armani-Armani Mania to name a few.

In 2009, he took the plunge and launched his own high end line of alluring luxury scents brought to us all the way from Paris. The fragrances are made with rare essential oils collected from all over the world like white thyme from Morocco, lavender from Provence, and orange flower from Tunisia. The fragrances get an average 4.5 out of 5.0 stars from reviewers on Neiman Marcus and Birchbox.

Smells like money comes to mind since 2.4 fl ounces can run up to $245 a bottle depending which scent you choose. The scents last allll day, so you get what you pay for. The bottles are beautiful as well. If you can't decide on one, they offer sample packs and you can pick which one's you would like to try ($90-$195 depending which set you choose). These are high-end, high-quality fragrances and you can tell as soon as the smell hits your nose.

They also offer a Home Collection of perfumed candles, interior perfume, detergents and fabric softeners, and perfumed bubbles.

Maison Francis Kurkdijan fragrances can be found at Bergdorf Goodman (http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/search.jsp?N=0&Ntt=maison+francis&_requestid=38483)

Neiman Marcus (http://www.neimanmarcus.com/Designers/MaisonFrancisKurkdjian/cat24260734/c.cat?ecid=NMS___XX0959&gclid=CNv-u5CtpMoCFUwYHwodaaYNJg&gclsrc=aw.ds)

Or you find out more and order from Maison here:

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