Sabine Poncet Hernandez is back with Eau Eternelle, a springtime floral scent that captures Claude Monet's Japanese garden in a crystal bottle. Notes include jasmine, lemon, mandarin, grapefruit, carnation, lotus, lavender, clove, patchouli, guaiacwood, and sandalwood.
Sabine Poncet Hernandez is a French perfumer based in Chicago. After working in major perfume houses for 10 years, she decided to follow her earliest passion and create scents that celebrate the art of perfumery. She draws her inspiration from the natural world as well as works of art in other media, including her mother's paintings and sculptures. Read a Q&A with Sabine or learn more at www.s-poncet.com.
Eau Eternelle is Sabine Poncet Hernandez's interpretation of Claude Monet's Japanese garden at Giverny. It captures the experience of walking near the pond full of water lilies and taking in the garden's brilliantly colored flowers on a warm afternoon. The handmade perfume box features original artwork by Katherine Betinis.