Our perfumers

Notre collection est produite par une équipe de 10 parfumeurs qui révèlent leurs talents dans une collection unique de parfums unisexes.

Philippe Romano

He grew up in Grasse, born with a father who was a perfumer. Philippe worked at Robert for 20 years and travelled a lot. For the past 17 years, he’s been a senior perfumer at DROM in Paris.

Music inspires him, especially the excessiveness and creativity of the 70’s. Philippe particularly appreciates chypre scents that are articulated around the vetiver, sandalwood and patchouli.

Alexandra Monet

After graduating from ISIPCA, Alexandra integrated the DROM house in Munich first, then she moved to New York and finally in Paris.

Pure musky scents are happiness for her. She appreciates their “clean fresh” side that is extremely reassuring. Alexandra has always loved working with leather notes as they bring a carnal facet to the fragrance.

Corinne Cachen

« Don’t dream your life, live your dream »

After graduating from ISIPCA, Corinne started at Forasynth then Créations Aromatiques. She’s been working for more than 20 years at DROM. With a passion for spicy and vanilla notes, she uses her personal past experiences to give her perfumes life. Patchouli is one of the raw materials she prefers. She says this is a perfume in itself.

Carla Chabert

Even though she was born and raised in Grasse , at first Carla Chabert aimed at becoming a journalist rather than a perfumer.

But then, by some chance, she got to enter the wonderful world of perfumery. Today, she works at Fragrances essentielles; a family business; alongside with her father; a perfumer too. She likes a whole range of raw materials, among which Prunol base, ambroxan, santal, vetiver and bergamot.

Philippe Romano

Alexandra Monet

Corinne Cachen

Carla Chabert

Philippe Romano était prédestiné. Ses créations incarnent le côté « excessif mais infiniment créatif des années 70 ». Il joue avec les matières premières, quelles qu’elles soient, tantôt boisées, tantôt fumées, tantôt veloutées et mystérieuses ! C’est ainsi qu’il crée pour nous des fragrances espiègles et sucrées, le 201 ou le 501. Le Bon Parfumeur ? Quelqu’un qui allie « curiosité, intuition, et persévérance ».

Through musky and pure compositions, Alexandra Monet creates fragrances that are as reassuring as they are sensual. Inside its soft bubble, perfume is carnal and changing, much like our fragrance 101. Monet likes leathery notes, and even more, patchouli. Creating perfumes is like a game to her and Bon Parfumeur knows how to let her express both freedom and technicité.

Corinne Cachen creates scents that are bursting with life. She’s inspired by the burning beauty of spices, by the energy of citrus and by the comfort brought by soft notes. Her perfumes come to life as she summons her greatest muse, mother Nature, the source of endless treasures, a symbol of strength and peacefulness. 203, 402, 901… Iconic fragrances with strong personalities.

For Carla Chabert, it’s always been a family affair. Despite following her father’s trade, Chabert’s work is renewing tradition. She adds touches of originality to each of her creations. Her perfumes become a mirror of her sunny personality and when she created our 003, she naturally added citrus and scents of the summer to it.

Sidonie lancesseur

After studying at ISIPCA, Sidonie integrated the Robertet composition house in 2004. Michel Almairac transformed his taste for short formulas. She advocates elegance and natural authenticity in her creations.

For her, each raw material must find its place and perfumes are used to materialize emotions and memories. The raw materials she particularly prefers are vetiver, patchouli and rose.

Serge de Oliveira

"At first, a desire to work around the Cashmeran, which I like for its warm, musky and aromatic woody facets, combined with a tonkin musk effect.

It's a fragrance I've been working on for years without a precise brief. It was made for this project. It's a comfortable note in which you can snuggle up and catch yourself dreaming."

Jacques Chabert

Born in Grasse, in the south of France, he progressively grew something of a passion for perfumery. This famous French perfumer worked for prestigious houses such as Robertet, Chanel, Naarden (now called Givaudan) or Firmenich. He is the one who created Cristalle by Chanel and Samsara by Guerlain.

His favorite raw material to work with is vetiver. If he were to recall one single olfactory memory from his youth, it would be the times where he’d go and pick up jasmine in the fields of Grasse.  

To him, a “Bon Parfumeur” is someone who has the ability to inspire.

Benoit Lapouza

« Work less, sail more »

All started at Takasago where Pierre Bourdon learned the job of a perfumer. Benoist has been working for Quest and Fragrances Ressources before joining Drom in 2014.

Passionate about regatta, sailing and diving; ocean is a big source of inspiration to him. Freshness and sensuality are two characteristics he likes to work on.

Sidonie Lancesseur

Sidonie lancesseur

Serge de Oliveira

Jacques Chabert

Mylène
Alran

Sidonie Lancesseur affectionne tout particulièrement les formules courtes reposant sur un choix réfléchi des matières premières. Pourtant, les parfums qu’elle crée pour nous sont extrêmement riches. Sous leurs airs naturels et authentiques, ses compositions audacieuses provoquent des émotions fortes tout en élégance. Ainsi, « modernité et liberté de création » sont les maîtres mots de ses créations, comme dans le 302 où percent de subtiles notes d’épices.

After studying at ISIPCA, Sidonie integrated the Robertet composition house in 2004. Michel Almairac transformed his taste for short formulas. She advocates elegance and natural authenticity in her creations.

For her, each raw material must find its place and perfumes are used to materialize emotions and memories. The raw materials she particularly prefers are vetiver, patchouli and rose.

Atypique. Généreux. Passionné. Lorsqu’il compose un parfum, Serge De Oliveira ne peut s’empêcher d’y glisser sa « patte » unique qu’on aime tant. Cela donne des parfums où se mêlent mystère, originalité et audace, des senteurs particulières rapidement addictives telles que le 903. Car pour lui, le Bon Parfumeur est celui qui sait donner une signature originale à tout ce qu’il crée avec son nez. 100% osé.

Well-known perfumer Jacques Chabert has worked for the most prestigious perfume houses: Robertet, Chanel (he created Cristalle), Naarden (now Givaudan), and Guerlain (he also created Samsara). He created 802 for us, a floral fragrance that reminds him of picking flowers in the fields when he was a child. A well-balanced and original unisex perfume, 802 is a master perfume that speaks to Chabert’s great experience.

Mylène has a passion for all sort of woody raw materials: lichen, treemoss or vetiver... She loves bold yet subtle perfumes.
Nature is where she is getting her inspiration from, so is fashion and every form of art (literature, floral composition...).
Selon elle, un Bon Parfumeur requiert du travail et de la patience, mais également l’importance de connaître ses classiques pour développer de nouveaux parfums.

 

Nathalie Koobus

She has grown up in and around Grasse. The perfume universe quickly became familiar to her. After starting a career in research and development in Grasse, she became a perfumer at Fragrances Essentielles.  

She prefers amber woody notes, with a special loving for sandalwood.

Karine Dubreuil

Nathalie Koobus

Minimalistes et chics, les parfums créés par Nathalie Koobus pour Bon Parfumeur une même ligne directrice. Dans des compositions créatives, des notes boisées s’imposent ; souvent ambrées, peut-être à cause de son coup de foudre pour le bois de santal. Nathalie se joue du monde qui l’entoure en s’inspirant de tout et de rien, de plats, des rencontres, de la nature… Telle le Bon Parfumeur, qui doit selon elle « être curieux de tout et apprendre sans cesse».

Karine Dubreuil-Sereni

Elle a imaginé pour nous plusieurs parfums aux notes réconfortantes, de ceux qui nous renvoient à de doux souvenirs. Comme celui d’une peau de bébé (001) ou encore d’une plage paradisiaque (103). Karine Dubreuil-Sereni allie touches de créativité, de jasmin, de fleur d’oranger, d’agrumes, de mimosa, de rose et de spontanéité. Puis elle compose, inspirée. « Être Bon Parfumeur, c’est […] garder son âme d’enfant, sa spontanéité et sa créativité ».

Benoit Lapouza

Selon Benoit Lapouza, un bon parfumeur doit maîtriser l'art de créer quelque chose d'original et de portable. Il n'est donc pas étonnant qu'il ait créé notre parfum 701, avec ses audacieuses touches d'eucalyptus et de chanvre. Il aime les senteurs boisées et fleuries - utilisant tout ce qui est naturel pour créer de la fraîcheur et de la sensualité. Il a la capacité de façonner et de réinventer chaque parfum pour répondre au plus grand plaisir de notre nez

After a childhood in Grasse and having integrated the school of Roure (Givaudan today), Karine Dubreuil – Sereni created iconic perfumes such as Eclat d’Arpège from Lanvin. She became one of our “noses” at Bon Parfumeur.

“To me, Creativity is the opening we have on the world.”

“Being Bon Parfumeur, to me, means two things: keeping your child soul, your spontaneity and creativity, but also making the perfume more accessible”

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