Marypierre Julien

Growing up in the south of France, the memory of lavender has fueled her desire for perfumery. The smell of sheets sun-dried under the Provençal sun, the scent imbued within the terracotta tiles nourished with the essence of lavender, and finally, the aroma retained on her hands, preserving the memory of having carried baskets filled with these precious purple strands.. Since then, Marypierre seeks to find in her compositions this first olfactory emotion, by welcoming other ingredients, in solar and luminous formulas, where the unexpected also knows how to invite itself. Ithaque, which she imagined for Memo Paris, is a shining example.