At TFWA World Exhibition 2013, Jacomo invited Miss France on its booth to launch the new scents by Parfums Inessance Paris: Inessance Beauté and Inessance Élégance.
One of the most gorgeous Miss France ever, sublime Marine Lorphelin, former Miss Bourgogne, Miss France 2013 and first dauphine to Miss World 2013, created the sensation at TWFA World Exhibition by appearing at the invitation of Jacomo. She embodies beauty, charm and elegance, all feminine values the new sents Inessance Beauté and Inessance Élégance intend to evoke and glamorise in each woman. Miss World was honoring of her presence the Jacomo booth to national lauch Inessance Beauté and Inessance Élégance, accompanied by another Miss France, Sylvie Tellier, now Managing Director of Miss France.
Inessance Paris and Miss France combined their spirits to achieve two truly feminine fragrances, joint collaborative endeavour unifying the expertise of the perfume house with the prestige of Miss France. The marriage gave shared values of dream and femininity. The exclusive fragrance pair expresses softness and style, emphasizing the qualities of bold beauty and internal elegance.
Inessance Beauté is a modern, intense fragrance designed to celebrate femininity. Created by Perfumer Emilie Bouge of the House of Charabot, its intoxicating aroma is combining blackcurrant and madarin with jasmine, rose and licorice, on a base of sensual cedar and vanilla.
Inessance Élégance claims to rather be a timeless fragrance boasting a floral bouquet of rose, heliotrope upon notes of vanilla and liquorice and a base of musk and sadalwood. Designed by MANE’s Serge Majoullier, Élégance brings together grace and charme and great sensuality into an utmost feminine fragrace.
Both Eaux de Toilette are available in 50ml bottles decorated with satin ribbons.
Jacomo perfumes were born in 1970 on New York “chic” venue, the 5th Avenue, from the passion of a French and an American – Gerard Courtin and James Kaplan – for Contemporary Art, Music and Fashion. Both creators launched a brand in their own image: Jacomo, whose style immediately appealed to the Jet Set.
In a couture spirit, they create their first hit “Eau Cendrée”, a truly racy masculine scent, whose avant-garde bottle is inspired by a work of MoMA – Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1971, is released its female counterpart, Chicane.
Jacomo likes to encourage encounters between art and perfumes, involving the senses in a perfect simultaneity, with the dialogue of a perfume and an artist.