Opposing fragrant elements attract and play off each other in a modern and sophisticated French fragrance of contrast. When acclaimed French designer Philippe Starck imagined his Peau de Pierre body perfume with prominent perfumer Daphné Bugey, he wanted to explore the line between masculine and feminine fragrances. The result, reissued by Maison Berger Paris as a home fragrance, is spicy and floral with a woody base. Zesty bergamot entwines with floral notes of jasmine and charming musk. Elegant scents of spice blend with aromatic floral notes and powerful amber woody accords, tempered by savory vanilla. Incense adds a seductive smoky touch. This complex fragrance captures both the vulnerability and strength within us all. Create a feeling of the unexpected with a fine French perfume marked by contrasts and a refusal to abide by rigid definitions.
Floral and spicy notes entwine in an intoxicating fragrance with a magnetic pull. Acclaimed French designer Philippe Starck’s Peau de Pierre (pronounced “poh de PI-air”) body perfume has been interpreted for the home. With a name that roughly translates to “skin of stone,” the fragrance opens on the spice of caraway and cardamom and the zest of bergamot, before continuing with a floral bouquet of angelica, jasmine, and heliotrope sprinkled with cinnamon and clove. The base is a warm and woody blend of sandalwood, vanilla, incense, labdanum, amber, and musks.
Caraway, Bergamot, Cardamom
Angelica, Jasmine, Cinnamon, Clove, Heliotrope
Sandalwood, Vanilla, Incense, Labdanum, Amber, Musks