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Pierre Bourdon  

Pierre Bourdon earned a degree in political science before changing directions and enrolling in the Roure Bertrand Dupont school in Grasse. The only protégé of celebrated perfumer Edmond Roudnitska, he went to work for Roure in Paris. In the 1980s, he revolutionized men's fragrance trends. Today, Pierre Bourdon is considered one of the most innovative perfumers of his generation.

Main Fragances

Kouros (1981 Yves Saint Luarent)
Cool water (1988 Davidoof)
Joop Homme (1989 Joop)
Sun (1989 Jil Sander)
Féminité du Bois (1992 Serge Lutens)
Dolce Vita (1995 Dior)
Cool Water Woman (1996 Davidoff)
Live Jazz (1998 Yves Saint Laurent)

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  • The formula succeeds by balancing the powerful notes of oak moss, vétyver, sandalwood, rosewood, leather, Darjeeling tea, amber, musc, vanilla, with unexpected, precious, almost feminine colorations brought by jasmin and violet.

    235,00 €
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    Pierre Bourdon in an attempt to create the ultimate man’s scent linked angelica to some of its natural complements such as cedar wood and vetiver. He then refined this accord with iris from Florence, spiced it up with pimento and galbanum, and linked it to a mix of patchouli, incense and musks that generated this unusual vegetal animality.

    Frederic Malle Editions de Parfums
    170,00 €
    In stock
  • Iris expresses raw classical beauty. Tonka bean, musk and vanilla bring softness and warmth, while the base of sandalwood and vetiver adds a melodious resonance. If Pierre Bourdon's Iris Poudre were a garment, it would be a cashmere sweater –– classic  but personal, appropriate for most occasions, something one never tires of. It is a magnificent floral...

    Frederic Malle Editions de Parfums
    215,00 €
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