Perfumery is in a very complex environment in which only very few elected officials achieve real notoriety. Indeed, it is a subtle association of art and chemistry, two very distant worlds and yet inseparable when it comes to developing perfumes.
Also, in order to create fragrances, many perfumers travel the world to find raw materials that are sources of inspiration. However, it is particularly far from here that Cécile Matton was introduced to smells …
The exoticism of Cécile Matton
Do not be fooled by her long blonde hair, Cécile Matton comes to us from a distant land. Originally from a family of adventurers, she developed her senses in Zaire. Indeed, it is on this parcel of Black Africa that she lived when she was a child. She soaked up the many elements of the surrounding nature, both by their texture and their smell. Imagine yourself: white sandbanks, red earth, intense green vegetation, a blue sky cut through the dazzling yellow of the sun… These are the sensorial memories that bathe in Cécile Matton’s memory. However, she initially turned to studying pharmacy. This nevertheless enabled him to reorient himself in chemistry and then in perfumery. VS’
Cécile Matton’s inimitable style
Cécile Matton has managed to retain an energy and a unique signature for her growth on the other side of the globe. The latter has an extraordinary energy that she likes to decline in perfumes as well as in jewelry. Very agile with her fingers, she draws them, polishes them and crimps them herself. This jack-of-all-trades is eager for discovery. She generally likes gourmet, sensual and fruity scents. Among his favorite materials, orcanox is one of the favorites. It is a woody material, full of sap and intensely natural. Likewise, musk is an ingredient that fascinates her, at the same time “soft as the skin, addictive, capable of leading to love”. It is therefore a bit of her life that Cécile Matton tells us in each of her essences.
Today perfumer at Mane, Cécile Matton has to her credit many perfumes. Nevertheless, it is undoubtedly for Viktor & Rolf that she signed the work that most resembles her. This one is called Bonbon and is infinitely delicious. However, rest assured, this blockbuster will not make you take an gram so take advantage of it!
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