Close your eyes and get lost in the French gardens, which surround the Chateau of Fontainebleau. Where Magnolia and the Orange blossom alternate. With the summer ahead, it’s time for a new fragrance. Lace Garden is a delicate, white floral bouquet that starts with accented tuberose, after which it supports the classic white flowers like jasmine, orange blossom and magnolia. When the perfume develops, the (green) woody notes emerge. The generous vanilla is enhanced by a touch of benzoin.
Let yourself be taken into the French story!
The brand behind Lace Garden, TEO CABANEL, has a rich history going back to 1893 when the Cabanel Company is founded in Algeria. The company initially focuses on creating colognes and supplies the ingredients for the perfume industry from its own orange plantation. The brands Demoiselle de Paris, Frina and Yasmine apply as luxury colognes. Due to growing success, Teo Cabanel decided to move to Paris in 1908. A few years later, Caroline Illacqua, the only heiress of Teo Cabanel, took over the company at the age of 22.