If the trend in perfumery has been for several years very focused on certain large houses, considered to be real giants of luxury, the public seems to be gradually setting out to conquer so-called more confidential brands. Fashion is all about authenticity and consumers now want to smell it differently from others. Thus, certain perfumers have specialized in niche perfumes. Such is the case of Alexandra Monet.
The creative sensibility of Alexandra Monet
Alexandra Monet is an enthusiastic and spontaneous young woman. She has made perfumery a real passion and uses her sensitivity day after day as a creative force. Thus, she manages to transform her emotions, her experience and her memories into smells. She confides, in this case, particularly fond of gluttony and vibrant notes. Also, this is precisely what we find in each of its perfumes. More specifically, Alexandra Monnet considers patchouli to be one of her favorite materials. She considers it to be a vibrant and almost magical essence. Thus, she does not hesitate to use it on the run to transport us with her to her world halfway between the real and the imaginary.
Alexandra Monet’s journey
Like many perfumers, Alexandre Monnet discovered his vocation at an early age and thus oriented his studies with the goal of one day reaching the position of perfumer. She went through Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris before joining one of the most prestigious international perfume schools: ISIPCA in Versailles. She spent a master’s degree there which she completed alternately from 2002 to 2003 within the Drom Fragrances house. Based in Germany, it is a family business founded in 1911 and having its roots more in the chemical industry than in traditional French perfumery. With a modern management spirit and an unconventional history, it immediately won the heart of Alexandre Monet. Recognizing herself in the values of this company, she decided to stay there and still occupies a position there today. Alexandra Monet thus began her career in Munich but returned to the French subsidiary of Drom Fragrances in April 2008.
This collaboration allowed Alexandra Monet to express her sensitivity through multiple creations. In addition, Alexandra Monet has worked for brands such as The Different Company, Lulu Castagnette, Jaguar, Evody, Koto Parfums and Anthropologie.
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