An unknown collector, glamorous and fifties, Baghari…


In 1950, Robert Piguet asked master perfumer Francis Fabron to create a fragrance for an unforgettable woman, one whom Piguet simply called “a dreamer.” For her, Fabron created Baghari, the last fragrance Piguet introduced before closing his studio and retiring from fashion altogether. Discovered 56 years later, Baghari’s formula has been updated and refined by Aurélien Guichard, giving this seductive classic a modern sensibility, without ever straying from Piguet’s commitment to his beloved “dreamer.”

Opening with sparkling, champagne-like aldehydes, Baghari immediately evokes a “head-in-the-clouds” dreamy feel with soft, seductive notes of roses and jasmine. This romantic floral bouquet is accented by lightly spiced amber. Finally, smoky vanilla and musk envelop the wearer in a soft and warm velvet robe, creating a captivating and fantastical scent…
Elegant and enchanting, Baghari is for those whose imagination knows no limits…

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