masculin Pluriel Men's fragrances by Maison Francis Kurkdjian
The masculin Pluriel men’s fragrance is presented in a modern and aesthetically pleasing look that features an elegant grey shade. The olfactory composition is aligned with the visual look. Maison Francis Kurkdjian likes to bring the fine details together in an inspiring manner. It is only by doing this, in the opinion of the perfumer, that this luxurious touch will do justice to its status and spread joy. The masculine Fougère Royale fragrance was developed at the end of the 19th century, defining up to the present day a concept used to create fragrances for men. It is this classic Fougère chord with mossy, earthy and woody aspects that Francis Kurkdjian has aligned himself with. The top note of the fragrance indulges lavender, which combines refreshing, invigorating and harmonious elements into a multi-faceted solo. While the aroma of Provence gently dissipates, the soft features of leather and the confident strength of Virginia cedar wood come to the fore. The unmistakeable nuances of patchouli and the woody exotic nature of vetiver are what define the lasting impression of the base note.
Masculine endurance for fast-moving times
The bottom line is that this is a men’s fragrance with the potential to become a classic in the history of fragrances. It was this precise vision that was used in creating masculin Pluriel. Ever-changing trends and the rapid pace of innovation increase the need for endurance. It is no coincidence that Maison Francis Kurkdjian used the legendary Fougère chords in this still recent creation, allowing them to radiate in a contemporary shine. Francis Kurkdjian is no stranger to connoisseurs of this profession. During the course of his career, he has helped to enhance the collections of major brands such as Escada, Dior and Versace. He has since started selling his fragrances under the umbrella of his own separate brand and company. Well-situated clients are able to order their own tailored fragrance from the Paris-based Maison Francis Kurkdjian. Matching the masculin Pluriel men’s fragrance, which captures eternal masculinity, you can also find the equivalent product in our Online Shop that captures eternal femininity - féminin Pluriel.