An Air of Apogee is a discovery, an exception, a phenomenon. Its leather facets and bright mimosa are as bold as its spicy accord. The tobacco absolute mixed with a combination of spices adds a haunting dimension to the chord. The woody notes interpret a soft and gentle ballet. A never before seen interpretation of the leather family.
Formerly called Apogee, the perfume originally appeared in 1932 under the direction of Marc-Aaron Rehns. Apogee was one of the last signatures of the house before his first disappearance. Its most famous bottle shape was that of an inkwell with its bakelite cap. In the various period commercials, peacock feathers were represented.
Top Notes: Anise, Sage
Heart Notes: Honey, Mimosa, Cedar
Base Notes: Balkan Tobacco, Leather, Ciste, Ambrox
Family: Leather, Woody
75 ml EdP, 1 ml. glass spray sample
Perfumer: Nathalie Lorson
Creative directors:Anthony Toulemonde, Victorien Sirot and Paul Richardot