Stoelzle Masnières Parfumerie SAS signaturesOriana – Les Parfums de Marly

Parfum de Marly uses glass from Hauts-de-France for both their men’s and women’s perfumes. Their latest female fragrance, Oriana, is presented to customers in a distinctive bottle made by Stoelzle Masnières Parfumerie.

Julien Sprecher, the founder and Artistic Director of Parfums de Marly*, regenerated the brilliant balance between tradition and innovation when creating Oriana. This new and refreshing scent was developed by two incredible perfumers, Nathalie Lorson and Hamid Merati-Kashani. Together, they successfully blended a mix of fruity and floral aromas; using the undertones of mandarin, grapefruit and bergamot to complement the more exuberant perfumes of orange blossom, raspberry and blackcurrant. In addition, hints of marshmallow, whipped cream, musk and ambrette are found to subtly ensue. Described as ‘a cloud of joy’, Oriana’s delicate, airy fragrance is as delightful as a bright pink bouquet which is perfectly represented by its beautiful bottle.

Manufacturing the perfect bottle to best represent Oriana’s authentic fragrance was entrusted by Parfum de Marly to Stoelzle Masnières Perfumerie. Our challenge was to bring to life a unique design with very refined engraving. The style would need to maintain the same finesse with each bottle size, ensuring the smaller bottle didn’t lose any of the intricate detail. Stoelzle are very grateful to Parfum de Marly for putting their faith in our company.

Oriana’s delicious scent is available in 75 ml and 30 ml bottles and can be purchased on the e-shop and in retail outlets throughout France and internationally. *About “I wanted to build a House of Haute Parfumerie where tradition and present merge. Julien Sprecher, founder and creative director of the House, has an innate love for perfumery and history. With Parfums de Marly, he expresses his passion for olfactory creation and the splendours of the 18th century, through a temporal duality that embodies the spirit of the brand: “A juxtaposition of the present and the past as coexisting and unexpected sources of inspiration. Opulent extravagance filtered through a contemporary perspective. For Julien Sprecher, classic is always bold.

Written by Dominy Jones