Fougere means "fern" but it is an olfactory chord created in 1882 by Paul Parquet, composed of bergamot, lavender, geranium or violet leaf, coumarin (tonka bean), vetiver and oakmoss.
This timeless elegance is elevated in the Fougere of Nobile 1942 but in a modern and different way for its rich olfactive pyramid: a link with tradition to build a better future.
A fougere accord to reveal his great charm and his search for that special detail that makes him attractive. This is a man who stands out for his refinement. He wears a perfume that belongs to no one and highlights his individuality, courage and strong personality, appealing to many women.
Anne Sophie Benagiel, Nose of Fougere Nobile
2016 Finalist at Art & Olfaction in Los Angeles
Bergamot, Lavender, Basil Absolute, Black Pepper
Elemi, Geranium, Tobacco, Aldehyde C12
Vetiver, Tonka Bean, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Musk