Creating scents for customers of the highest discernment.
Atkinsons became such a sensation with the royal ranks in the 19th Century that when King George IV caught a whiff of one of its colognes in Buckingham in 1826, he proclaimed Atkinsons the Official Perfumer to the Royal Court of England on the spot. Today the brand draws on 200 years of English eccentricity and style to offer a unique and unconventional alternative to the British tradition of perfumery.
For ladies and dandies, a veritable mist of the Isles inspired by Beau Brummel, intrepid pioneer of the 3-piece suit, and the model of the man who was born with a wise-crack on his lips and an eye for knock-out sartorial elegance.
A fragrance of royal romance, a retro contemporary interpretation of Queen Victoria’s bridal bouquet: the green and white loveliness of Lily of the Valley, violet leaves and exquisite myrtle flowers enhanced with delicate white musk and sandalwood.
Lawrence of Arabia ensconced in the splendour and leather Chesterfielded comfort of a St. James gentleman’s club, its weighty silence broken only by the occasional turning of a sheet of a newspaper, and the Oriental fragrance of Ottoman tobacco issuing from the depths of fearsomely upholstered winged armchairs…