For Christmas, Trudon travels to the alleys of a Moroccan Enchanted Souk: warm hanging lights, colorful molten glass, golden-coppery accessories, all are an invitation to travel to the desert, mesmerized with visions and scents. Like precious Moroccan lanterns, every glass is handcrafted with care and decorated with gold leaves. Colorful, the collection vibrates with sapphire blue light for Fir.
From time immemorial, Christmas has been a sacred moment, a celebration to be remembered, and collected. The perfect expression of Christmas, the Fir scented candle carries the tree’s religious and vegetal significance. The candle’s green and woody notes further represent nativity: hints of myrrh and incense absolute bring depth to the perfume’s head notes - Siberian pine and fir tree. Presented in a deep metallic blue glass, the Fir scented candle welcomes the olfactory strength and very essence of the Christmas tree.
This year, Trudon celebrates Christmas with a collection of charms that calls for shared, festive moments, and countless wishes.
The idea of charms and personalized bracelets - which inspired the collection - dates back centuries: charms became an elegant accessory under Queen Victoria, who wore bracelets complete with many small medallions bearing family portraits. In the 1950s, Hollywood celebrities, actresses and chic women turned charms into a stylish and fashionable accessory.