Les Ettes Perfumes Announces Anne-Flore Fragrance

January 2009: Les Ettes is very pleased to introduce a new fragrance, FLORE-ETTE to their non-alcoholic range
of perfumes. The fragrance contains tiare flowers from Tahiti and a nuance of orange blossom,
chosen by Anne-Flore for the memories it conjures of traveling and her childhood.
In her own words, Anne-Flore says "For me, FLORE-ETTE is the fragrance of happiness. Tiare
flowers allow my mind to travel back in time. I keep wonderful memories of my trips in the
Tahitian Islands and I love keeping a glimpse of their magic on me all year round throughout the
cold winters. The monoi (monoi is made from macerating tiare flowers) reminds me of surfing a
couple of summers ago and all the magical things I discovered in Tahiti. I got to admit that I love
the result!”

As for the name, Anne-Flore's mother used to call her "Florette" when she was a little girl, lending
itself perfectly to the name of the latest Les Ettes fragrance FLORE-ETTE.
FLORE-ETTE comes in a small, reusable shatter-resistant 35ml bottle designed by Anne-Flore
Marxer and Danish designer Emil Kozak. FLORE-ETTE is made in France and costs 25 EUR in
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