Perfume 15.1 Hapyang

Perfume 15.1 Hapyang

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TOP NOTES: bergamot, pear, aldehydes, magnolia, ylang-ylang, powdery accord , benzoin, vanilla

Hapyang is a powdery floral composition that leaves an endless trail. The aldehydes in the composition make magnolia and ylang-ylang blossoms sparkle in a cloud of powder and highlight their naturally sweet, exotic scent. Pear wood, benzoin and vanilla exude a delicate oriental aroma, as if enveloping the skin in a precious veil of shimmering silk.

What inspired
Photo series by photographer Jeffey Vanhoutte depicting a dancer in a cloud of powder.

Fragrance category: aldehydic - floral

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Pierre Guillaume

Pierre Guillaume - a perfumery born in the heart of the Auvergne Volcanic Regional Park.

Independent perfumer

Pierre Guillaume 's idea was born in 2010, when the company "PIERRE GUILLAUME DIFFUSION" was founded.

It was equipped with production facilities: a composition studio, a raw material cellar and a packaging line exclusively for the production of perfumes created by Pierre Guillaume .

Pierre Guillaume creates and produces his perfumes with complete creative and financial freedom, in his own workshop, under his own brand name.

Inspiration for the collection

The search for scents and the perfume collection itself were inspired and encouraged by the life motives and circumstances of the founder Pierre Guillaume himself.

Fascinated by scents and later by perfumes from an early age, Pierre Guillaume grew up in a family of chemists and collected essential oils and fragrances from childhood, a prelude to what would become his true job as a perfumer many years later.