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Parle Moi de Parfum Perfumery Duftkunsthandlung Cologne
Parle Moi de Parfum Perfumery Duftkunsthandlung Cologne

Let's talk about perfumes...

... this is the concern of Parle Moi de Parfum


Company founder Benjamin Almairac couldn't help himself - as a son of famous perfumer Michel Almairac, he was surrounded by fragrances from an early age. Together with his mother Elisabeth, brother Romain and, of course, his father, he wanted to create a space in Paris where people could just meet and talk about perfume.

Straightforward, focused on Michel Almairac's unique creations, a place for encounters and interaction and a place where you could learn about their background and creation. A small oasis in a world in which we find fewer and fewer places for personal encounters and interpersonal exchange.


Michel Almairac is no stranger to perfume lovers. His creative streak has given birth to olfactory masterpieces such as Bottega Veneta, Gucci pour Homme, Chloé, Zino (Davidoff), Joop! Femme and Homme, Gucci Rush, Cašmir by Chopard, Venetia (Laura Biagiotti) and many other masterpieces.


Opposite to working for a client, such as a designer label, Michel is allowed to let his imagination run wild in his son's company and does not have to stick to financial budgets and other restrictions. He also has no pressure of time, so that many of the fragrances have been refined and perfected again and again over many years until they finally meet the master's expectations. Then the scent is sealed and finally produced by adding the number of the recipe.


Parle Moi de Parfum are fragrances that invite you to come closer. They are subtle yet present, attracting interest without being impertinent.


The fragrances of Parle Moi de Parfum are available at your Perfume Art Shop Holger Dubben - specialist shop for extraordinary fragrances and exclusive cosmetics - in Cologne.


Our highlight: "Orris Tattoo / 29" - precious iris butter in a classic unisex scent that never goes out of fashion

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