Fashion photographer Christophe Jouany has captured some of the most captivating photographs for major magazines around the world. His 28 years of shooting has given him the opportunity to have his work published on the cover of magazines and to work with Vogue, ELLE, Marie Claire, Glamour, L’Oreal, Revlon, and Maybelline. His adventurous lifestyle has inspired him to create his own line of fragrances called Saint Barthelemy and Marrakech. This idea began 12 years ago when Jouany was unable to find a perfume he liked. He decided to create his own fragrance by experimenting with oils to find the right composition, texture and strength for his scent. The result of his first aroma reminded him of his hometown of St. Barthélemy in the Caribbean. After wearing his own fragrance for a decade and receiving many requests to commercialize it, he finally decided to create his own line.
This sensual, exotic perfume begins with head notes musk resolve with a spellbinding twist of crisp white grapefruit, followed by heat notes that mingle vanilla, coco Jasmine and cedar wood. Evoking the barefoot elegance of St. Barth, the perfume’s base notes of patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, and white luxurious beauty of the island of St. Barthelemy.
Like the great Moroccan city from which it takes its name, Marrakech carries a subtle but stirring pleasure of a Moroccan orange grove. The perfume begins with fresh, citrus head notes of orange blossoms, bergamot, and grapefruit. Next, heart notes emerge with delicate hints of jasmine and neroli. Finally, Marrakech concludes its intoxicating odyssey with woody base notes of patchouli and white musk.