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Maison Francis Kurkdjian unveils two new fragrances

The Paris based perfumer has revealed his latest scents, set to hit stores on August 1.

Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s Féminin Pluriel and Masculin Pluriel are designed as male and female mirror effects, two twists on a similar classic theme.

Féminin Pluriel ©Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Féminin Pluriel ©Maison Francis Kurkdjian

The women’s fragrance opens with a floral bouquet of Florentine iris, rose, jasmin, muguet and orange flower, before a drydown of Indonesian patchouli and vetiver. The men’s scent opens with Provence lavender, over a heart of soft leather, cedar wood, Indonesian patchouli and Haitian vetiver.

The fragrances will be available at the Maison Francis Kurkdjian store in Paris and at the Printemps Haussmann department store on August 1, and in other sales points on September 1.

Masculin Pluriel ©Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Masculin Pluriel ©Maison Francis Kurkdjian

The Féminin Pluriel eau de parfum in a 70ml spray is priced at €120.
Masculin Pluriel eau de toilette in a 70ml spray is priced at €110.


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