When florist-to-the-stars Eric Buterbaugh opened his perfumery and gallery concept on Beverly Blvd. last June, it solidified his spot on every tastemaker’s speed dial. Known for his elegant floral designs and A-list clientele (like Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore, Tory Birch, Madonna, and more), Buterbaugh collaborated with master perfumers to bring his fragrant flowers to life with seven unisex scents, sold exclusively at the new West Hollywood shop.
Escape to the Art Deco boutique’s tranquil gardens filled with blossoming violets, jasmine, and gardenias, or peruse its gallery with a rotating display of artists whose works incorporate florals, and experience the luxurious fragrances firsthand. Museum-worthy crystal bottles ($300-$500) house the seven perfumes—complex explorations of rose, jasmine, violet, lily, tuberose, lavender, and hyacinth—and line the store’s shelves, alongside their more affordable candle counterparts ($70 each) and Buterbaugh’s signature botanical arrangements.
The shop and its intoxicating collection of scents are natural extensions of Buterbaugh’s high-fashion bud business. Buterbaugh began his career working for Gianni Versace and now counts houses like Louis Vuitton and Dior among his famous clients, so it’s no surprise that his keen eye, and attuned nose, would eventually lead him to create this decadent olfactory experience—a must-see for any scent snob.
8271 Beverly Boulevard; 323-651-9844; ebflorals.com.