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1969, an erotic year that represents a sexual revolution of fun and fantasy. What we love about 1969, the fragrance, is that it’s not patchouli-forward, take me to the headshop, that you would expect from a fragrance aptly named 1969. This is the feeling of 1969; playful, fun, and happy with some spice for zest. Fuzzy peaches dancing with sun fruits and not a dark, but a white chocolate, is drizzled on top of clove and cardamom. Patchouli is there, because every 1969-inspired fragrance must have some of it, but it’s in the background, oh-so slightly popping through, basking in the glory of a stellar day. Notes include peach, cardamom, rose, clove, sun fruit, white chocolate, white flowers, patchouli, coffee, white musk
Histoires de Parfums, founded by Gérald Ghislain, is a French perfume house dedicated to creating an olfactive library that tells the stories of "famous characters, raw materials, and mythical years." Ghislain founded Histoires de Parfums in 2000 after completing his training at ISIPCA.