French luxury house HERMES has released its debut collection of scents designed for the home by Céline Ellena and presented in a stunning selection of objets d’art by Guillaume Bardet.
The new Hermès home fragrance collection comprises five perfumes, with each fragrance bearing its own story and five colors: Des Pas sur la Neige (taupe), Temps de Pluie (celadon), Fenêtre Ouverte (lagoon), Champ Libre (sulphur) and A Cheval ! (pumpkin).
There are three families of perfumed objects designed by Bardet that carry the scents: a paper origami horse, a ceramic pebble and a candle bowl.
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The collection was mixed by Céline Ellena, daughter of Jean-Claude Ellena, the head of fragrance at Hermès.
Born in Rouen, Bardet trained at the École nationale supérieure des Arts décoratifs and has worked with some of the biggest names in design.
His latest project, entitled ‘L’Usage des jours,’ comprises 365 ceramic objects created in the course of one year.
The collection will be available in Hermès boutiques as well as in selected sales outlets from December 2014. Prices range from €62 for a set of four horses to €350 for a 1,100g candle.