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Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle

Over the last 20 years, Frédéric Malle has become a leading light in haute parfumerie with his unique “éditions de parfums”.

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Grandson of the founder of Christian Dior perfumes and nephew of French film director Louis Malle, Frédéric Malle launched an innovative new concept in 2000, freeing some of the greatest noses in perfume from the customary shackles of fashion and advertising to bring exclusive fragrances to the market.

These fragrances are unmistakeable: a world away from both commercial scents and so-called “bespoke” perfumes. The Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle are true masterpieces, bringing the everyday consumer to within touching distance of some of the top perfumers in the world.

Whether it’s French Lover by Pierre Bourdon, Musc Ravageur by Maurice Roucel, Portrait of a Lady by Dominique Roupion or Dries Van Noten by Bruno Jovanovic, each has their own signature scent.

You can find the Frédéric Malle range, featuring everything from Bauhaus-inspired bottles of linen spray and body care products to scented candles, in the store on Rue de Grenelle, a stone’s throw from the Musée Maillol.

With a concept by Andrée Putman and Frédéric Malle brought to life by Olivier Lempereur, the design of the label’s first store is that of a cellar or humidor for perfumes, with fragrance longevity at the fore. The signature smelling columns are exclusive to Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle and allow users to fully appreciate each of the scents in its entirety, for the ultimate olfactory experience.

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37 rue de Grenelle
75007 Paris 7ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year. Closed on Sunday. Open from Monday to Saturday: 11:00-14:00 / 15:00-19:00 (except on bank holidays).



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    • French
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    37 rue de Grenelle
    75007 Paris 7ème