Yuzu, Mandarin, Grapefruit
Heeley Parfums – Maison Kitsuné X Heeley – Note de Yuzu
A collaboration between Maison Kitsuné and Heeley Parfums – an eclectic mix of electronic pop, fashion and a multi-cultural blend of English, French and Japanese notes – resulting in an irresistible, unisex scent. Note de Yuzu is a first Eau de Parfum from the multi-faceted Maison Kitsuné created in Paris in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, former manager of the french electronic duo Daft Punk and Masaya Kuroki, a young architect. The Paris-Tokyo brand’s influence has since grown internationally, expressing a unique Art de Vivre through Maison Kitsuné – clothing brand, Kitsuné – record label and Café Kitsuné. The English born, Paris based perfumer and designer, James Heeley has worked with Maison Kitsuné creating and producing their scented candles (Mint & Moss). Heeley collection of Eau de Parfum now includes seventeen scents, sold throughout the world including Japan. Note de Yuzu contains the energy and zest of Japanese yuzu, with a mouth watering fruity, freshness that James Heeley has used to express the bright and colourful energy that he equate.