In 2019, Hermès perfumer Christine Nagel created Twilly Eau Poivrée, the olfactory interpretation of the fiery spirit of the Hermès girls.
The spicy Eau de Parfum expresses its mischievous character through sassy pink peppercorn, a tender rose and a deep patchouli.
Designed by Florence Manlik, the lantern-shaped bottle has a square silhouette and a cloudy, coral pink colour. With a final flourish, a hand-tied silk ribbon playfully embellishes the cap of each bottle. Each silk ribbon is unique. Its 30 ml format allows you to take the notes of Twilly Eau Poivrée with you while on the go to diffuse the fiery spirit of the Hermès girls anywhere and everywhere.
THE HERMÈS DETAIL
The Twilly d’Hermès family of perfumes evokes the Hermès silk métier on two fronts: it calls to mind the house’s silk twill scarf as well as the twilly, a small, joyful, colourful silk ribbon that can be worn in countless ways.
"Hermès girls swim happily against the tide, set their own tempo, invent a whole new rhythm.
For them I have imagined a new facet in tribute to their youthful spirit"
Christine Nagel, Hermès perfumer
Twilly Eau Poivrée travels from the skin to the mind, colourful and incisive.
Three new materials make up its sensuality: the vibrant and abundant heat of pink peppercorn, the teenage freshness of tender rose and the captivating enchantment of patchouli.
Their essences intertwine, weaving the invisible web that connects the Hermès girls to each other.