Autumn/Winter 2020 Press Showings at Agence de Parfum

Agence de Parfum unveiled the latest scents from their portfolio of esteemed perfume houses with an Autumn/Winter seasonal fragrance master showcase at their Sydney-based showroom, attended by Australia’s most influential beauty and lifestyle journalists, bloggers and tastemakers.

Hosted by Agence de Parfum National Education Manager Michael Marzano, together with appointed luxury public relations agency Élysée Collective, the series of presentations took guests on an olfactory journey, exploring the inspiration, rich fragrance history, and note composition behind each new scent.

The Autumn/Winer releases showcased included the Scented Wax Botanical Palets by Carrière Frères, Privé by Ormonde Jayne, Pure Love & Roses Musk by Montale, DarkOud & RedMoon by Hermetica, Nuit de Sable & Grus Charnel by BDK Parfums, La Crima,  Melancolia & Phantasma by Liquides Imaginaires, travel-sized versions of Cire Trudon’s classic candles, two new candles by Carrière Frères, La Rose Aime La Menthe & Iris Pallida; The Favourite & Babylon by Penhaligon’s, Saskia by Grandiflora, 1872 Mandarin & X Neroli by Clive Christian. Lola James Harper’s new 1.4kg candles, Floris London’s widening of scents in their hand cream and wash range. Couleur Vanille by L’Artisan Parfumeur, Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has A Gun. New brand launches included Rancé, Mizensir and Compagnie De Provence

In attendance was Australia’s most esteemed editors from publications including AFR Luxury, Vogue Australia, Harper’s BAZAAR, Elle, Marie Claire, Gritty Pretty, Real Living, Indulgence Magazine, Grazia, Executive Style, Vogue Living and Robb Report; together with tastemakers such as Meghan Loneragan of Citizens of the World and Sigourney Cantelo of Beauticate. 

Guests indulged in champagne and Santa Maria Novella water accompanied by an assortment of Lindt chocolates. Floral event design team The Bespoke Boys styled oversized hanging moss covered ADP letters with arrangements crafted with seasonal blooms in pops of colour across display plinths and busts of orange and lemon placed across the showroom.