Bruma contains a distinguished, almost animal-like sensuality. In the night, a feminine rider draws inner strength from the elements that surround her: her horse and the depth of the forest at night seem to give her a magnetic and carnal aura.
HEAD - Black pepper, lavender, galbanum.
HEART - Violets, purple peony, iris, jasmine sambac.
BASE - Labdanum, Haitian vetiver, tonka bean.
Created By Antoine Lie.
Bruma (“solstice” in Latin) is intrinsically tied to the sun. And to royalty. An icy solstice, Bruma feeds on the moon and the forest to evoke the inner metamorphosis of a character in contact with the nature surrounding her. “A noble figure leaves the comfort of her rooms on horseback at night to discover a part of herself in another, nearly supernatural place. Her appearance is evoked by the notes that transcribe her femininity as well as her elevated rank. The rider crosses a clearing, passing from the half-dark into the nocturnal light, shrouded in mystery, enigma and a distinguished sensuality that is almost animal-like. Her beauty is suddenly revealed by a spiritual energy.” - Antoine Lie.
Renowned for its scented candles, Maison Trudon extends its savoir-faire and unveils a genderless line of perfumes. Intrinsically rooted in the Maison’s heritage, the perfumes are a modern, rather subversive take on precious themes such as history, royalty or a sense of absoluteness.