L’OCCITANE Pierre Hermé Paris

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L’OCCITANE Pierre Hermé Paris

 

 

L’OCCITANE Pierre Hermé Paris

New in Zurich from Paris

 

Pierre Hermé is the Parisien Pastry Chef famous for his fabulous macarons and patisserie. In an unusual collaboration between L’OCCITANE, a company known for its fragrances and beauty products and Pierre Hermé, L’OCCITANE recently unveiled a wonderful new collection. The new fragrances and beauty products are packaged in macaron boxes and the scents themselves were all selected by Pierre Hermé.

Pierre Hermé for L'Occitane

Pierre Hermé

Pierre Hermé’s is from a fourth generation “patissier” family and his career began when he was 14 years old as an apprentice to Gaston Lenôtre. Named the “The Picasso of Pastry” by Vogue he is known for his skill and perfectionism. Just as Pierre Hérme discovers and explores the unique and different tastes and pleasures of world of pastry making, the same qualities are just as important in the world of perfume.

 

 

 

L’OCCITANE Pierre Hermé Paris  New in Zurich from Paris

Filled with perfume of the Mediterranean and floral overtones, these packages are available to purchase in the L’OCCITANE shops in Zurich.  There are two fragrances the Jasmin-Immortelle-Neroli (top), very floral and feminine and the Pamplemousse – Rhubarbe (above) with its green and crisp aromas of Rhubarb with piquant spices and woody notes of Cedar. Both are beautiful combinations and the packaging is stunning.  In addition there is a complete range of  body lotions and accessories to match.

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The Jasmin-Immortelle-Neroli range

L'Occitane in Zurich

The Pamplemousse – Rhubarbe range

If you’re looking for a French-inspired gift in Zurich why not check out the L’OCCITANE shops and see for yourself. There are three stores in Zurich – one in Gessnerallee, near Zurich main station, one in Bahnhofstrasse and one in Sihlcity. For more information please visit the website.

 

All photos © L’Occitane

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