RANCÉ 1795 | Eugénie
RANCÉ 1795 | Eugénie - 100ml - EDP is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
Juicy fruits enhance Eugénie's impertinent charm, revealing her gentle, sensuous heart. A gorgeous floral bouquet, enriched by the sophisticated and contemporary allure of juicy fruits and marine notes. The sparkling scent of tangerine brightens the head notes up, releasing a crispy symphony of apple and melon. The rich heart of jasmine, violet, rose and magnolia turns fresh and shiny thanks to marine notes. Amber and vanilla add a bewitching touch to the base, giving an oriental finish to the fragrance.
Since the 17th Century the Rancé Maison, based in Grasse, has been renowned for a unique mastery in crafting perfumed gloves. The ability to master the techniques of Gantiers-Parfumeurs, soon evolved into the art of distilling and blending essences. From this legacy, in 1795 Francois Rancé established his Parfumeur - Distillateur laboratory.
Appointed as official purveyor to the Imperial French Court and Napoleon's favourite perfumer, François Rancé revolutionized the art of perfumery by creating fragrances of timeless excellence. Subsequent generations of the Rancé family have continued to develop innovative fragrances and gems of perfumery for illustrious figures of their times.
In 1902, thanks to Alexandre Rancé the company moved to Milan, starting a new era for the Maison. The Rancé 1795 legacy is now housed in the Milan historical Headquarters, in a permanent museum that brings together vintage Rancé products, part of the archives, and the Rancé collection of perfumery objets d'art.
Today, the seventh generation is carrying on the Rancé family's traditional craft, inspired by ancient recipes, selected natural ingredients, passion, research and creativity. They produce iconic contemporary fragrances which make Rancé 1795 ever more unique.