Louis Vuitton’s Unveils “Perfume Atlas” Book

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Louis Vuitton’s latest coffee table book, “A Perfume Atlas,” offers more than just words on a page—it’s a sensory experience.

Collaborating with master perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, the French fashion house delves into the world of fragrance, showcasing the diverse raw materials that shape its iconic scents. From Indian oud to Italian bergamot, readers embark on a visual journey around the globe, exploring the origins of each aromatic essence.

Through captivating photographs and illustrations, Belletrud shares his adventures sourcing ingredients, from the cinnamon of Sri Lanka to the neroli of Tunisia. Grasse, France—renowned as the perfume capital of the world—also features prominently, providing rose and jasmine for Louis Vuitton’s signature fragrances. With each turn of the page, “A Perfume Atlas” offers a glimpse into the essence of luxury and craftsmanship behind Louis Vuitton’s illustrious perfume collection.