Category: Francis Deleamont

digging (into) vintage: Boucheron by Boucheron, 1988

Perfumers Jean-Pierre Béthouart and Francis Deleamont Using exclusively synthetic aromachemicals to make a perfume has benefits and risks. Tweaking abstract chemical components can allow for an interesting use of qualities to make a statement (eg. Lauder’s Dazzling Silver or CdG’s Synthetic Series.) The trap is in trying to recreate notes otherwise provided by botanicals. Simulation is risky against a known quality, particularly…