Ratio; New scent

By Jo Phillips

Les Senteurs the truly independent,  groundbreaking perfume store adds more brands to its library including some that are exclusives.  The store, one of the first ever to celebrate and introduce niche fragrances to the world are at the forefront of bringing small, sometimes tiny brands direct to customers.  They are keeping up this journey by bringing three more delicious fragrances to the store.

Last week the noses behind three brand came and talked through their worlds.

Firstly, Cloon Keen a tiny artisan perfumery from Ireland that overlooks the beautiful Galway Bay. The perfume collection is influenced by their film making heritage, sets that evocative scenes, with each fragrance telling a story. The fragrances unravel the mysteries of their Irish homeland.  Think elegant Irish style and impeccable craftsmanship.lyricism, and the spirit of warm generosity are the values underpinning Cloon Keen Atelier.




Next comes Sylvaine Delacourte a perfume legend.  With huge knowledge and experience behind her as she worked for over 15 years at Guerlain. She has been part of creating some of their most iconic perfumes having worked across 70 scents, many of which rose to become worldwide classics.  In 2017 she started her own line.  For this, she chose to explore the ingredient Musk.  A much-misunderstood facet of fragrance, within her collection she shows many examples of musk but musk with orange or lime basil and mint with musk.  For those that think of musk as a sweet ingredient, not for them, here is an opportunity to explore it and find something you will surely love; there is a musk for everyone.



Lastly Mona di Orio, which is very much a brand that does its own thing. Truly niche it allows itself to explore areas where many won’t go.  Founded in 2004, Maison Mona di Orio was created by the perfumer, Mona di Orio, and designer, Jeroen Oude Sogtoen, as a union of their mutual love of art and artisanal craftsmanship. These perfumes bloom on skin revealing a harmonious orchestration of light, art, and nature.  Always in search of perfection and quality, all our fragrances are produced at Accords et Parfums in Cabris, the company created by the legendary nose  Edmond Roudnitska famed for the high standards of raw materials and prestige perfumes.


Should you wish to explore wonderfully original perfumes, fragrances that are made to the highest standard or you want to find out what is new or even what you could be wearing then a trip to Les Senteurs 71 Elizabeth Street Belgravia London SW1W 9PJ

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am – 6pm



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