Founded by William Penhaligon in 1872, part of the Edwardian era of decadence, the English perfume house is renowned for creating original scents for the discerning eccentrics of today. Bringing together the great traditions of British perfumery and British bespoke tailoring.
Penhaligon's Sartorial a fragrance for a new generation of gentlemen, inspired by the scents of the workroom at Norton & Sons, bespoke Tailors of Savile Row. The modern thread running through Penhaligon's Sartorial is beeswax; echoing the blocks of wax each thread is run across before stitching.
Penhaligon's Sartorial contemporary interpretation of a classic Fougere; the traditional notes of oakmoss, tonka bean and lavender have been exquisitely stitched together with leather, woods, ozonic and metallic effects, violet leaf, honey and spices creating the perfect illusion of a tailor's workroom.
Eau de Toilette Perfumer: Bertrand Duchaufour
Fragrance Personality: Contemporary & Understated