Collection: Leather

Leather fragrances are sophisticated and varied, offering polished, smoky, supple, or suede-like accords. Historically, leather was perfumed to mask its repellent smell from traditional tanning processes, linking leatherwork closely with perfumery. This connection led to the creation of leather scents as a distinct accord in modern perfumery, starting with iconic leather fragrances from the 1890s. Notable examples include Knize Ten (1921) and Caron's En Avion (1932). Today, these scents range from succulent and floral to smoky and assertive, providing a kaleidoscope of moods for discerning perfume lovers.