Parisian luxury brand Hermès has added two new scents to its Les Colognes Hermès line, the Eau de Mandarine Ambrée and the Eau de Narcisse Bleu.
Created by the brand’s in-house nose, Jean-Claude Ellena, the two new scents are available in eau de toilette in 2 different sized sprays 100ml (€89) and 200ml (€117).
Ellena has been working solely for Hermès since 2004, producing some of the brand’s best-loved fragrances including Terre d’Hermès and Voyage d’Hermès.
Described by Hermès as “cheeky yet gentle,” the Eau de Mandarine Ambréecaptures the fresh acidity of mandarins, with some ambery complexity and a twist of passion fruit. The Narcisse Bleu scent combines orange blossom and galbanum with narcissus and finishes with a delicate woody drydown.
Masculine fragrances are having another impressive year, and according to WWD, scent sales at Hermès grew 15.5 percent last year.