Robert Piguet has reintroduced Baghari, a 1950 fragrance created by Francis Fabron. Baghari is described as a “soft oriental” and was the last fragrance introduced by Piguet before the house closed in 1951.
The new version has been reorchestrated by perfumer Aurelien Guichard, and includes notes of violets, neroli, jasmine, Bulgarian rose, rose centifolia, iris, bergamot, aldehydes, vetiver, amber, vanilla and musk.
Luckyscent has launched Untitled #3, a fragrance by perfumer Sarah Horowitz-Thran of Creative Scentualization. Described as “a must-try for violet lovers, this captures the hushed stillness of twilight”; it includes notes of yuzu, African violet, gardenia, coriander, red amber, sandalwood and light musk. It comes in perfume oil form and is $65 for 8 ml.