In 1950, Robert Piguet asked master perfumer Francis Fabron to create a scent for an unforgettable woman; the woman Piguet called simply “a dreamer”. For her, Fabron created Baghari, the last fragrance Piguet presented before closing his atelier and retiring from fashion altogether. Uncovered some 56 years later, Baghari’s formula was updated and refined by Aurelien Guichard giving the beguiling classic a modern sensibility while never departing from Piguet’s commitment to his beloved “dreamer”.
Opening with sparkling, champagne-like aldehydes, Baghari immediately exudes “head-in-the clouds” dreaminess with soft, seductive hints of roses and jasmine. These romantic florals are then accented by gently spiced amber. Finally, smoky vanilla and musk coddle the wearer in a soft velvet robe of warmth, creating a scent that is enthralling and fantastical.
Elegant and enchanting, Baghari is created for those whose imaginations know no boundaries.