Jean Laporte, uses the language of flowers to tell yet another story of perfume
A creative spirit with a vivid imagination, Jean Laporte had an innovative vision for a new kind of perfumery: a house where nature’s palette is shaped by the hand of the artist — where the perfumer is a storyteller. His vision bloomed in 1976 when he founded L’Artisan Parfumeur.
A flower caught between two worlds, the classic Passage d’Enfer excites with its wordplay: “Passage through hell”. The perfume symbolises a moment caught between two worlds and is infused with the possibility of a happy tomorrow, be it in this world or another.
Enhanced with new packaging with a flamboyant red flair, the fragrance plays on the contrasting facets of incense; its dry and poignant freshness rounded off by the scent of white musk and lilies.
Passage d’Enfer Extrême
Perfumer Olivia Giacobetti has taken a fresh look at the perfume she composed in 1999, Passage d’Enfer, infusing her signature with new impact and an olfactory wink.
The fragrance is mysterious and features deep notes of incense wrapped in sandalwood and vanilla absolute. A floral heart of white jasmine delicately brings out the lilies and frankincense smoke.
Passage d’Enfer scented body collection
L’Artisan Parfumeur enriches its Bath & Body collection with the new Passage d’Enfer, now available as a shower gel and body lotion. The light, transparent shower gel softens and delicately cleanses one’s skin.
The body lotion on the other hand, soaks into one’s skin, leaving it silken and radiant hanks to its blend of nourishing oils. This body range is created without parabens or silicone.