Hermès Men Content
Fragrance has been a part of the history of the house of Hermès since the 1930s.
In the library of Hermès perfumes, every creation tells a story, opens up an imaginary world. As both artisan and artist, Hermès demonstrates through its creations the excellence of its craftsmanship and style; audacious and harmonious, timeless and elegant.
An eau between the earth and the sky, a vertical structure built around woody notes.
"Feeling the earth, lying on the ground, gazing at the sky." Jean-Claude Ellena
Terre d’Hermès is a symbolic narrative exploring raw material and its metamorphosis. A novel that expresses the alchemical power of the elements. An eau between earth and sky. A journey imbued with strength and poetry. Woody, vegetal, mineral.
A lively, giving fragrance in which the freshness of juniper berries blends with the milky warmth of sandalwood and the sensuality of amber.
"An invitation to discover, meet and share." Jean-Claude Ellena
A novel that feeds on the imagination, Voyage d’Hermès expresses the long-standing and unusual relationship between the house and travel. An interplay of paradoxes, complements and unexpected alliances support the premise of woody notes that are fresh yet musky, familiar yet surprising, hovering between impulsive and comforting, equally at ease with men as with women. Hermès designer Philippe Mouquet created a travel object bottle for Voyage d’Hermès, designed for journeys and symbolic of movement.
Hermès' first cologne: the bright and green freshness of orange combined with woody undertones.
The founding cologne, created by Françoise Caron in 1979 and inspired by the smell of undergrowth moist with morning dew, Eau d’Orange Verte has since asserted itself as an emblem of Hermès, standing out by its distinctive freshness. Conceived as an explosion of citrus notes, orange plays the principal role supported by zest and leaves, lemon, mandarin, mint and blackcurrant bud. The fragrance reveals its complexity in a unique sillage composed of oak moss and patchouli.