Parfums de Marly is a noble French perfume house that features several essences with their own personal olfactory experience and traces of French elegance. Julien Sprecher, who launched the brand in 2009, wanted to memorialise the lavish 18th century and the height of French nobility with his perfumes. In those times, fragrances and perfumes made up a large part of social life which was especially the case in aristocratic circles and at the court of King Louis XV.
Accordingly, the name "Parfums de Marly" is also derived from the French Château de Marly, a place of pleasure and celebration, and is now a tribute to that bygone era. Parfums de Marly aromas are based on natural scents. A scent of citrus and pepper with Galloway, mandarin and wood for Percival, or fern, vanilla and almond for Pegasus. Their most popular women's perfume comes in the form of Delina, which exudes lychee, Turkish rose, rhubarb, lily of the valley and peony.
Parfums de Marly’s men’s catalogue is also multifaceted. Fragrances such as Sedley, Kalan, Layton or Godolphin showcase how the brand is capable of meeting every conceivable scent or aroma preference and cover the entire spectrum from masculine to playful to oriental in their fragrances. Other popular fragrances from Parfums de Marly include Herod, Cassili and Carlisle.