Tubéreuse Trianon notes:
Top: rhubarb, petit grain, coriander Middle: tuberose, lily of the valley, clove, jasmine, ylang ylang, neroli, orange blossom Base: Frangipani, raspberry, coconut, Peru Balsam
Yuri & Arlette were making body products long before others followed
Yuri & Arlette Gutsatz were pioneers in their time. Not only did they establish the world’s first niche perfume house in 1975, but they also discerned that there was an appetite for other products too. They recognized the need and desire for a little scented pamper time that went beyond a spray of eau de parfum. The result? A tempting array of products, beautifully fragranced, including soaps, bath oil, incense, candles and even a popular oatmeal scrub, proving once again that Yuri & Arlette, who herself came from the fashion industry, were ahead of their time.
Tubéreuse Trianon makes a comeback, in a very different way
First came the Rose Trocadero body scrub and body milk. Both products were well received and began to grow a fan base. From listening to customer demand, Tubéreuse Trianon was given the pamper treatment too. In December, the body scrub was launched in France’s Biotyfull Box, to rapturous reviews. Now, the duo is complete with the matching body milk. Prerequisite? They had to comply to Le Jardin Retrouvé’s credo and be 99% natural.
Inspiration for Tubéreuse Trianon
” You are headed towards the Trianon in the Versailles garden where the King has had a profusion of flowerbeds planted. It is evening. You pass by a group of courtiers. A gaze pierces you. In its wake, the heady scent of tuberose, mingled with jasmine and ylang-ylang, and as though veiled, the unexpected trace of raspberry. Your heart just encountered love. It melts. “
Inspiration : Trianon Garden, Versailles, France. Words by Clara Feder.