Aigner Debut by Etienne Aigner Perfume. Released in 2013, Aigner Debut is a sophisticated burst of citrusy sweet accords.
The top notes include bergamot, grapefruit, tart green apple, petitgrain and mandarin orange. The heart is comprised of orange blossom, fresh water lily, sunflower seed and powdery jasmine. In the bottom, the scent closes with warm earthy notes of patchouli, white musk, oak moss, cedar and vanilla.
Etienne Aigner launched his own accessories brand during 1949. His career
began in Paris during the early 1920s when he worked as a bookbinder. The craft of leatherworking came naturally to him, and he soon developed other leather goods and accessories. This work caught the attention of notable fashion designers including Christian Dior. Aigner moved to New York a few years later and set out to establish a solo career in leatherworking. In the mid-1960s, Aigner licensed his products to businessman Heiner H. Rankl, and the brand soon went global.