Eternal Luxury. The honoured elegance of racehorses. The intimate luxury of a fragrance.
King Louis XV had two consuming passions: thoroughbreds and perfumes.
Originally known as the ‘haras de France’ (stud farms of France) for housing the best stallions in Europe, the sovereign also named the city of Grasse as the perfume capital of the world, bestowing noble titles onto the craftsmanship and trade of perfume making.
The creative Parfums De Marly expresses a refined and contemporary lifestyle, but one in line with the codes and heritage of the royal court of France in the 18th century. Each essence has its own personal olfactory experience, which leaves a trace of French elegance.