As far back as she can remember, Olivia Giacobetti had always wanted to become a perfumer. After training at Robertet, she opened her own laboratory. The perfumes that touch her “are often echoes of everyday life and nature, endless sources of inspiration. A fleeting emotion, a mood, a detail, an attitude, as many small fragments of life that carry new wishes with them”. Her compositions combine deep simplicity with very contemporary sophistication. From the scent of a peel of yellow wood that smelled like quince to the fragrance of sweet sand or incense in a temple, Olivia Giacobetti transforms her finds into true perfumed odes.