Goutal celebrates its 40th Anniversary
Forty years ago marked the birth of Goutal in Paris, propelled by the vision of Annick Goutal. Pianist, model and then antique dealer, she had already led several lives when she discovered a natural talent for composing fragrances. Annick’s daughter, perfumer Camille Goutal, keeps this legacy alive today with Isabelle Doyen, a loyal perfumer of the brand. Full of femininity and emotions, the precious Goutal universe owns a very distinctive place in the contemporary perfumery.
Iconic bottle & scents make a comeback
For its 40th anniversary, Goutal is offering its cult bottle, in its original version, in a limited edition trimmed with a gold velvet bow. A medallion is emblazoned with the name of the fragrance inside: Mon Parfum Chéri, a chypre floral.
A story of transmission
In 1981, the first boutique opened on rue de Bellechasse, a Left Bank window, echoing a certain Parisian charm. Drawing from nature's rare olfactory combinations, Annick Goutal creates a style all her own that resembles her, made of delicacy and radiance, freshness and character.
Goutal Author of Perfumes
The legendary Eau d'Hadrien, the House's emblematic perfume, was inspired by the famous hills of Tuscany and the tribulations of the Emperor Hadrian, told by Marguerite Yourcenar in her book Memoirs of Hadrian.
A fusional duo of perfumers
Camille Goutal and Isabelle Doyen form a duet of incredible complicity. While retaining the values passed down by Annick Goutal, founder of the House, they share a taste for the same raw materials and draw inspiration from their travels and moments of emotion to create singular fragrances with their expert hands.