Saturday, August 31, 2013

Jouany Marrakech and Saint Barthelemy: new fragrances

Christophe Jouany has been a fashion photographer for the last 28 years with a successful career shooting campaigns for L’Oreal, Revlon, and Maybelline, Sports Illustrated swimsuit editions, and numerous covers and fashion features for major magazines around the world, like Vogue, ELLE, Marie Claire, and Glamour. His life as a photographer and love of adventures took him to some of the most beautiful and exotic locations in the world, and inspired him to create an olfactory voyage through his new line of Jouany Perfumes. From a very early age, Christophe has been passionate about scents. Twelve years ago, faced with frustration at not being able to find a perfume he liked, he decided to create his own. Mixing essential oils at home, Christophe began experimenting to find the right composition, texture and strength to his fragrances, beginning with one that reminded him of his hometown of St. Barthélemy in the Caribbean. After wearing his own fragrance for a decade, and getting constant requests from many people to commercialize it, he finally decided to create his own line.

Saint Barthelemy:
The first stop on the JOUANY OLFACTORY voyage is St. Barthélemy. Inviting you to explore the magical luxurious beauty of the island of St. Barthélemy, this sensual, exotic perfume begins with head notes musk resolve with a spellbinding twist of crisp white grapefruit, followed by heat notes that mingle vanilla, coco Jasmine and cedar wood. Evoking the barefoot elegance of St. Barth, the perfume’s base notes of patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, and white luxurious beauty of the island of St. Barthelemy.

Like the great Moroccan city from which it takes its name, Marrakech transports you into the subtle but stirring pleasure of a Moroccan orange grove.The perfume begins with fresh, citrus head notes of orange blossoms, bergamot, and grapefruit. Next, heart notes emerge with delicate hints of jasmine and neroli. Finally, Marrakech concludes its intoxicating olfactory odyssey with woody base notes of patchouli and white musk.

Pricing: $125.00 / 1.7 Oz. Made in France.

Where to buy:
Henri Bendel New York, New London New York, Art of perfume Philadelphia, Sloan Hall Saint Antonio and Houston, CO Bigelow New York,, Parfumerie Germain des pres Canada

info thanks to beautypress


  1. Anonymous18:45

    I think these are not new releases. I've had samples of these fragrances for at least a year and a half. Reissued?

  2. Anon,

    they're new on what concerns the USA where they're introduced now (at least that's what the company distributes in the press).


Type your comment in the box, choose the Profile option you prefer from the drop down menu below the text box (Anonymous is fine if you don't want the other options!) and hit Publish!
And you're set!

Blog Widget by LinkWithin