The luxurious London-based fragrance company, Miller Harris is launching few new fragrances, part of its Perfumer’s Library Collection. Perfumer Lyn Harris, founder of the company has created the Perfumer’s Library, which launches in a few days, to celebrate two decades long history of Harris’s pioneering work in the fragrance industry. Each scent of the set has its own story, and is suit for different seasons, occasions and moods, from Tuberosa (1998) “to honour the great tuberose flower”; through the nostalgic Verger (1999), which evokes ripe apple trees, crisp green leaves, earthy bark and soil and a smoky blue sky; Veti Vert (2006) “masculine French chic”; and La Feuille (2009), “the ivy that intertwines around the woods that filled my childhood” to modern Le Jasmin (2010), which captures “an exotic garden in Morocco, late October just before the sun was falling”.
“The collection expresses my signature style which is defined by my love of naturals and my precision in using them is prevalent in all my creations”, explains Harris.
Perfumer’s Library’ Collection by Miller Harris is set to launch on November 1, with the price of £195 ($315) per piece.