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    Parfums de Marly

    At King Louis XV’s fashionable Versailles court, equestrianism was the king’s pride and glory – in fact, he owned over 600 horses. As well as this, King Louis’ France became the centre of the perfume industry – every day, he requested a different scent for his apartment and royal fountains, leading the court to be named ‘la cour parfumée’ (the perfumed court). Recreating this 18th-century splendour and nodding to the equestrianism of the era, Parfum de Marly’s fine fragrances are made with premium craftsmanship for the ultimate in olfactory luxury. With male, female and unisex perfumes – often bearing the name of dignified, iconic horses – this is an intriguing, irresistible fragrance ensemble.

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