Revisiting perfumes to revive the history…

Waking the fragrances from their slumber

Three fragrances for women – three most emblematic fragrances from the golden age of the Maison Burdin- have been revisited, bridging the gap between history and modernity. From the last century, they retain a soul, a name, a style. They come to life in the 21st century with unique and hyper-feminine notes, a revised design recalling the original lines, and the finest details.

Maison Burdin has given free rein to a talented perfumer, who has already put her name to a number of successful perfumes – Véronique Nyberg (IFF) – to reinvent three of their historically significant perfumes.

When they were created, Tinoutcha told the story of a dancer in the Russian Ballet and a beautiful love story, Les Beaux Jours expressed the optimism of the inter-war years, whilst Paris Minuit invoked a moment suspended in time….

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The modern versions retain their former singular quality, which the creative perfumer has retranscribed into unforgettable perfumes with deep and powerful lingering effects. Upon discovering their notes, we can picture the woman who will love to wear them, her attitude, her style.

Maison Burdin takes us on a voyage through time without a hint of nostalgia. In these three fragrances, we rediscover the joy of rare ingredients, of powerful natural essences, of the unconventional alchemy of notes. To honour these sublime ingredients rarely seen today in perfumery, only Eau de parfum versions will be available. Their powerful and lingering after-scents reveal hidden layers of each note, supporting the claims of these fragrances to be truly exceptional.