Fleur De Louis by Arquiste Perfume. In 1660, the beautiful Spanish Infanta Maria Teresa found herself the center of a war between Spain and France.
Her hand in marriage was the only way to seal an end to the war, and that June, she met her new husband for the first time on the Isle of Pheasants. She bid farewell to her family and crossed the border of France to begin her new life, becoming one of the most renown mothers in European history. Arquiste Fleur De Louis was launched in 2012 to
capture the spectacular sights and scents of the fabulous royal pavilion that day. Sweet, waxy iris joins heady jasmine and exotic African orange flower for a delicate wedding bouquet. The heart belongs to sweet, romantic red rose and powdery, warm Florentine orris. Cedar and pine add a distinct woody aroma to the base, creating a dry-down reminiscent of a mild forest afternoon.
Arquiste uses their detailed knowledge of history to find the most exquisite events as inspiration for new fragrances. Meticulously researched records combine with entirely new methods of perfumery to create scents only dreamed about in the bygone past.