EUTOPIE NO. 8
Elodie Pollet envisioned a walk through a charming Parisian park, such as the Parc Monceau, which was opened in 1769 by Louis-Philippe II, Joseph de Bourbon, Duke of Orléans. Over a hundred years later, several paintings by impressionist painter Claude Monet immortalized this green haven in the midst of the French capital.
Eutopie’s No. 8 presents itself like an impressionist painting olfactorily swathed in highly atmospheric light. It captures the liveliness of a classic perfume but then, to a certain extent, portrays the green in a very impressionistic style. No. 8 is a fragrance full of carefree liveliness, but is fully aware of being encompassed by the world capital of fashion and elegance.