April 19, 2016
Pierre Guillaume and cover of Jean Genet Querelle de Brest
Recipe for a Masterwork. You take one brilliant, fiercely independent perfumer that being Pierre Guillaume of Parfumerie Générale and one novel of brutality and eroticism Querelle de Brest-Jean Genet (1947) adapted for the screen by Jean Fassbinder. Add great raw materials possessing potent gender-bending sensuality and voila; have an often overlooked fragrance Querelle, from Pierre’s By Invitation Only Collection.
ÇaFleureBon Contributor Sebastian Jara of the YouTube Channel Looking Feeling Smelling Great, and founder of a popular Facebook Group reviews Parfumerie Générale Querelle was composed in 2006, and ten years later cuts through the clutter of “niche” fragrances which are beginning to smell all the same. Sebastian tips his cap to this Eau de Parfum which has the vibe of scents created 40 years ago, during the golden age of men’s fragrances
–Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief
Thanks to Pierre Guillaume we have a 30 ml bottle of Querelle for a registered ÇafleureBon reader and Looking Feeling Smelling Great subscriber anywhere in the world (if you are not sure if you are registered click here (you must register on our site or your entry will be invalid). To be eligible please leave a comment ON THIS SITE with what you enjoyed about Sebastian’s YouTube review, if you have a favorite Parfumerie Générale and where you live. Draw closes April 23, 2016. You can follow us @cafleurebon @lookfeelsmellgreat on Instagram. Check out @pierreguillaume _parfumeuer on instagram as well.
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