Legendary Maison Hermès launched one of the most iconic and timeless perfumes 24, Faubourg in 1995 – a perfume that stands the test of time. Hermès 24, Faubourg, this perfume of light, composed by Maurice Roucel in 1995, is a Hermès signature right down to its bottle – the square glass is gently curved on the sides with a sense of movement, like a breeze blowing through silk. 24, Faubourg is described as a warm and soft fragrance that invites you to an imaginative world full of sun.
A floral, amber fragrance; a sun-drenched voyage to Mediterranean countries. Pure, glowing and sensual, 24, Faubourg is a fragrance of light.
Hermès 24, Faubourg is a classic yet elegant perfume specially developed to honor the address of Hermès flagship store in Paris. This feminine perfume is a strong weapon of seduction thanks to its refined, floral notes. 24, Faubourg, as with most Maurice Roucel creations (K de Krizia, Gucci Envy, Guerlain L’Instant & Insolence a.o.), it is a rich, luxurious fragrance. It opens with sensual notes of bergamot, smooth orange blossom, exotic ylang-ylang featuring soft amber, peach, tiara flower, jasmine, orris. The base of sandal, pactnouli, amber and vanilla ensure a unique and vibrant experience of undoubted luxury.
It does seem uniquely suited for the kind of woman I imagine would wear Hermes. 24, Faubourg is probably my favorite of Roucel’s florals.