Luxurious French perfume and cognac house P. Frapin & Cie celebrated the Australian launch of the latest fragrance launches Isle of Man and Laskarina with an intimate dinner at Sydney’s acclaimed Riley Street Garage, showcasing the two new scents to prominent editors and influencers.
Taking place in the exquisite ‘Busby’ private dining room, the guest of honour was creative director David Frossard, whom presented a vivid introduction about the history of the house and an olfactory showcase of the story and complexities behind the newest scents.
Guests in attendance included Margaret Khoury of Fragrances of the World, as well as editors from lifestyle and beauty publications including The Australian Financial Review, Grazia, Qantas Magazine, Marie Claire, Executive Style and Vogue Australia, as well as industry insiders Neale Whitaker and Kirstie Clements.
Hosted by P. Frapin & Cie’s Australian distributor, Agence de Parfum, together with appointed luxury public relations agency Élysée Collective, the evening saw guests indulge in a gourmet dinner banquet accompanied by a cognac inspired cocktail and a selection of premium Australian wines.
The floral arrangements by renowned event stylists Sticks and Wicks adorned the dining table, interspersed by elegant glass cloches and wooden trays showcasing the P. Frapin & Cie fragrance portfolio including The Orchid Man, 1270, L’Humaniste, Nevermore and Speakeasy, heroing the newest scents. As a testament to the brand, miniature bottles of Frapin cognac and oversized prints of the Isle of Man and Laskarina campaign were displayed across the room.