Scents for watching The Crown
We have a truly unique way to enjoy the final season of Netflix’s brilliant series The Crown. Why not wear a different Atkinsons 1799 fragrance for each episode? James Atkinsons was the official perfumer to the English Court in 1799 and formulated numerous fragrances for English nobility and royalty throughout his career. These are truly British fragrances in character and formulation.
The sixth and final season of The Crown follows the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II from 1997 to 2005 including the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II, the deaths of Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother, the early relationship of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the wedding of Prince Charles to Camilla Parker Bowles. Imelda Staunton’s performance at Queen Elizabeth II is superb.
Atkinsons Discovery Kit
British niche perfumer Atkinsons 1799, official perfumer to the English Royal Court, offers a remarkable olfactory journey through its most iconic fragrances. Wait until you discovery the incredible Oud Save the Queen and Oud Save the King, two of the finest modern oud fragrances today. Mint & Tonic is a refreshing summer scent while Pirates’ Grand Reserve is a rum-fueled Caribbean cocktail. You’ll find twelve 2 ml vial sprays in this sleek set. For him and her.
Scent Style: a collection of luxury fragrances with a modern British twist
Key ingredients: Set includes 2 ml spray vials of: Oud Save The King, Oud Save The Queen, 24 Old Bond Street, The Other Side Of Oud, 44 Gerrard Street, 41 Burlington Arcade, Pirates’ Grand Reserve, Robinson Bear, Lavender On The Rocks, Posh On The Green, Scilly Neroli.
Scent fact: James Atkinsons, founder of the brand, had a pet black bear he’d bring to his shop each day.
Available at Holt Renfrew.