We've never found a Hermès perfume we didn't like, and with so many indulgent scents in their catalog, we often wish we could surround ourselves in the fragrance, without depleting our bottle of Jour d’Hermès, of course. Just in time for holiday gifting (and recieving … hint, hint), the label has launched a range of home fragrances, available in Hermès outposts worldwide as of today! The line contains five scents inspired by distinct moments and experiences---Des Pas (Footprints in the Snow), Temps de Pluie (Wet Weather), Fenetre Ouverte (Open Window) Champ Libre (Open Field), and A Cheval! (On Horseback!)---with each of the names suggesting their exact aroma.
The Hermès Le Parfum de la Maison collection was developed by Cèline Ellena, daughter of the label's in-house perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena, whose goal was to evoke each specific feeling or situation within your own home. "The home fragrances are the little dreams," she tells WWD. "It's a whisper---but olfactive." Priced between $106 for a pack of four scented paper horses and $436 for the largest candle, the Hermès Le Parfum de la Maison line may cost a pretty penny, but we figure there's no time like the holidays to indulge, especially on such gorgeous scents! Visit hermes.com now to find your nearest store location.