Hermès has paired two extraordinary artists together to create a new release that will add a special touch to any room, especially during the holiday season. Known as Le Parfum de la Maison Reverie Collection, a signature series of scents for the home by Céline Ellena was united with objets d’art by Guillaume Bardet. The result is a luxurious collection designed to dazzle the senses and complement any lifestyle. While the pieces make an excellent holiday addition to your estate, the variety of fragrances will provide continuous pleasure all year long.
Ellena’s fragrances feature five perfumes, each corresponding to a signature color, including taupe, celadon, lagoon, sulphur, and pumpkin. Matched with a uniquely designed piece of art, shoppers can choose between a paper origami horse, a ceramic pebble, or various sized candle bowls to contain the fragrance. While each fragrance catches the attention of anyone entering or leaving the room, the color palette also promises a delightful accent to any part of your abode.
The special artistic pieces were the imaginative product of Guillaume Bardet, who is famous for working with some of the world’s greatest designers. An alumnus of the École nationale supérieure des Arts décoratifs, his latest project features 365 ceramics entitled “L’Usage des jours,” which were created over the course of one year. Céline Ellena is the daughter of Hermès head of fragrance Jean-Claude Ellena. Following in her father’s footsteps, she has previously produced perfumes for L’Artisan Perfumeur and The Different Company.