The inspiration behind Monarchy stems from surrealist paintings, Belgium's green and flat country side and its sense of unity when it comes to its monarchs. Picture the Belgian royal family, known for its quiet elegance, moving about in their palace hidden behind heavy velvet curtains. This perfume symbolizes their everyday life.
Notes: bergamot, lemongrass, cashmere wood, geranium, lavandin, lily of the valley, four-leafed clovers, rose, ambrette, amber accord, dry wood, cedar, coumarin, musk, sandalwood, vanilla
By Louison Grajcar, a classically-trained perfumer hailing from Belgium and now working out of Paris. It was while he was studying at the renown Fashion Academy in Antwerp that his teachers started calling him Libertin Louison, and the nickname stuck.