MEMO PARIS’ journeys are not always long. During brief yet extraordinary stopovers, a fragrance can be dreamed up for a limited edition. It dresses up in gold and light. When African Leather was veiled in rose, it unveiled an amazing interlude for a journey of renewed pleasure. African Rose Eau De Parfum reveals notes of oil of bergamot, geranium absolute, oil of patchouli, rose absolute and a leather accord.
- Key notes: Cardamone, Geranium, Leather Accord, Rose Essence.
- Housed in gorgeously decorated, heavy-glass bottle.
- Eau de Parfum: Women, Men.
- Apply as desired, to pulse points behind your ear, at the bottom of your throat, on your wrist, inside your elbow and/or behind your knee.
Oil of Bergamot, Oil of Cardamom, Oil of Saffron, Oil of Cumin, Gera- Nium Absolute, Oil of Patchouli, Oud Accord, Leather Accord, Essence of Vetiver, Musk, Rose Essence.
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
Originally from Hungary, Aliénor pursued a career in fragrance first as a student at Cinquième Sense and Firmenich, and then in New York, where she got a job with IFF in 1995. She further refined her craft under major mentors such as Sophia Grojsman and Pierre Wargnye, and eventually found her way back to Paris, still with IFF, where she has worked since on a variety of brands both large and small, including Liz Earle, Chloé, and MEMO Paris, where she composed most of the line.
Memo Paris was founded in 2007 by Clara Molloy and her husband John. They see fragrance as a journey, forging its identity around magical destinations and potent raw materials. This desire for travels to far-off places and encounters is the very reflection of the founding couples: she the Parisian-Catalan poet, he the sporty Irish globetrotter. Through its collections, Memo recharts the map of a sensory world steeped in emotion, revisited with fragrances, ingredients and sensations. The motto: “The journey is the destination.”