Boucheron Place Vendome Perfume by Boucheron, Boucheron Place Vendome is a women’s Oriental floral perfume that was launched in 2013. It has sweet, white floral, and honey main accords, along with moderate longevity and sillage.
Created by perfumers Olivier Cresp and Nathalie Lorson of Firmenich, this scent starts with top notes of orange blossom, pink pepper, tangerine, and rose, which leads to middle notes of honey, jasmine, praline, and peony. Benzoin and cedar base notes round out this composition, which works best during fall, winter, and spring days and nights.
Boucheron was founded in 1858 by Frederic Boucheron as a high-end jewelry boutique at the Palais-Royal before moving to the Place Vendome in Paris, France in 1893. The company gained its reputation by becoming the jeweler to royalty worldwide. Formerly a family business, Boucheron is now owned by Kering, a Paris-based international luxury group. The first fragrance was released in 1988, with Inter Parfums currently holding the fragrance license.