Libertine Parfumerie are purveyors of emerging avant-garde houses, centuries-old heritage brands and luxury products.
Established in 2008, Libertine Parfumerie has become the go-to destination for refined noses seeking unique scents. The retailer specialises in niche and premium perfumes from around the world and boasts a collection of more than 60 luxury brands across fragrances, bath and body. Libertine Parfumerie’s first flagship store was in Brisbane, however fragrance cognoscenti can now shop the curated range at a new flagship store in Sydney.
Where is Libertine Parfumerie’s Sydney flagship boutique?
Located on Oxford Street in leafy Paddington, Libertine Parfumerie’s newest outpost showcases interior design by renowned local designer, Tamsin Johnson. Inside, shoppers can expect to find the space dressed with new and vintage flourishes, balancing classic European influences with a relaxed antipodean aesthetic, and the bespoke timber joinery throughout the 200-square-metre space offers a nod to apothecaries from as early as the 14th century.
Among the front and rear sections of the store, Johnson has placed large provincial timber tables with high-back brocade-upholstered seating where visitors can sit and consult with Libertine Parfumerie’s team of experts, each skilled in pairing fragrances and body products with the individual needs, tastes and personal styles of customers.
Perfumes and brands at Libertine Parfumerie Sydney flagship boutique
The new boutique presents the latest releases from houses such as Amouage, Creed and Trudon. New to the Libertine Parfumerie lineup is homewares brand Fornasetti, the eponymous label of Italian artist and designer Piero Fornasetti, whose iconic table decor, candles, home fragrances and accessories sit among soap and body products by Compagnie de Provence. Surrounding these are home and body fragrance collections from the likes of Juliette Has a Gun, Floris London, BDK Parfums, La Perla, Matiere Premiere, Mizensir, Parfums de Marly, Xerjoff, Obvious, Maison Tahité, Carriere Freres and the UK’s Clive Christian – the resurrection brand of the circa-1872 Crown Perfumery.
The secluded rear section of the boutique is reserved for rare and precious bottles from Libertine Parfumerie’s marquee perfume brands including Creed, Roja Parfums and Astier de Villatte.
Libertine Parfumerie Grand Opening shopping event
To mark the grand opening of the new Libertine Parfumerie flagship the boutique will be hosting a special one-day event on Saturday 28th October, showcasing some of the world’s most spectacular fragrances in its new Sydney home. The first 60 shoppers who stop by the Libertine Parfumerie store on Saturday will receive a wild rose from renowned florist Grandiflora, while everyone who calls in can pick up complimentary perfume samples from luxury fragrance houses and barista-made coffee.
Visit Libertine Parfumeries at Shop 6/134-140 Oxford Street, Paddington from 10am to 5.30pm, seven days a week.
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