Hermès launches its very-first fragrance for children aged 3 and above. It’s housed in the brand’s iconic lantern bottle and includes delicate notes of fresh honeysuckle, tender Osmanthus, and noble sandalwood, and is meant to evoke the apricot-like scent of a child’s cheek. It is also alcohol-free and suitable for sensitive skin.
Christine Nagel, director of creation and olfactory heritage for Hermès Parfums created this fragrance and has this to say, “I sought to create a comforting and highly distinctive scented water that signifies the bond between parent and child. I wanted to make a digression, a joyful leap towards a new proposal. Deliberately moving away from orange blossom, I used Osmanthus and honeysuckle to express in a different way the great fondness I feel for childhood, a time of fearless experimentation and insatiable curiosity. This eau de senteur is an invitation to prolong this state of mind, made of play and freedom, for as long as possible.”
It’s an ode to tenderness, and perfect for the many parents who are already fans of the brand.