uided by their artistic inspirations, Hubert and Isabelle d’Ornano have always created fragrances that reflect their individuality and personality.
Composed of exquisite essences, these exceptional fragrances each tell their own story. They are a seductive invitation into a world of dreams.
Poetic and modern, they must be worn to truly discover their secrets. They combine originality with quality and are organised into three major olfactory families.
Rich, characterful chypre fragrances
are often embellished with floral or fruity notes.
Eau du Soir, a Spicy, Floral Chypre. Its key notes are Mandarin, Seringa, and Patchouli.
Soir d’Orient, an Oriental, Floral Chypre. Its key notes are a Saffron Accord, Turkish Rose, and Somalian Incense.
Soir de Lune, a Delightful Floral Chypre. Its key notes are Bergamot, Jasmine, and Honey.
Eau de Sisley 1, a Citrus, Floral, Musky Chypre. Its key notes are Grapefruit, Water Jasmine, and Bergamot.
Light, fresh citruses are composed of citrus fruit zests such as grapefruit, lemon, mandarin, and bergamot. These rather volatile fragrances are made from top notes and assembled with woody or chypre notes to make them last longer on the skin.
Whether made from a single note (single stem) or a whole bouquet, they go perfectly with a large variety of other scents, leaving plenty of room for creativity.
Eau Tropicale, a Fresh, Woody Floral. Its key notes are an Exotic Floral Accord, Fresh Tuberose, and Patchouli Heart.
A fragrance can be identified from its three-note structure: the top note (which emerges first,
and which lingers on average between 30 minutes to an hour); the middle note (which lasts between 2 to 3 hours);
and the base note (which forms the fragrance's sillage and stays 5 or 6 hours, maybe more).
Observing the composition of each of the three notes helps determine the fragrance's olfactory family (Chypre, Citrus, Floral, Fruity, Oriental, Aromatic, or Woody).
The seven olfactory families are a way of categorizing fragrances.