Stephanie Bakouche has painted a picture through fragrance of the legendary Battle of the Flowers which has taken place in Nice annually since 1876, and in which Queen Victoria always participated so enthusiastically during her holiday visits to the Riviera. Bataille de Fleurs is constructed around a sweet powdery bouquet of mimosa and jasmine, scintillating with a fresh green sunshine note of lemon leaf, bergamot and fig. The warm base features cedar, musk and sandalwood.
Cloon Keen Atelier was founded in the medieval city of Galway by two film makers.
Maudie, a Newfoundlander, and Julian, an Englishman, met in the Art Department while working on a film in Galway, fell in love, married and moved to work in London.
After many years in the film industry, they followed their hearts and returned to Galway to start Cloon Keen Atelier, a small artisan perfumery overlooking Galway Bay. The Cloon Keen Atelier perfume collection, influenced by their film making heritage, sets evocative scenes that are both precious and fragile.
Each fragrance created by Cloon Keen Atelier unravels the mysteries of their new Irish home. Every fragrance tells a story.
Cloon Keen Atelier’s perfumes are the expression of discreet Irish style and impeccable craftsmanship. Timeless elegance, Irish lyricism, and the spirit of warm generosity are the values underpinning Cloon Keen Atelier.