Atelier Cologne has launched Bohemian Orange Blossom, a new unisex fragrance.
Bohemian Orange Blossom is intended as a celebration of the orange tree, and as an 'ode to freedom and a tribute to the bohemian way of life'. The notes for the floral fragrance include orange, orange blossom and neroli.
Atelier Cologne Bohemian Orange Blossom is available in 10, 30, 100 and 200 ml Cologne Absolue.
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Odd because L’Oreal shut down distribution in US and Canada. Where is this being sold???
All over the world…other than here. I think Asia is a big market for the brand.
Also, would wait to see how things shake out. There have been many brands (Goutal comes to mind) that have stopped US distribution to some degree / at some point, but you can still get them here.
Also noting that their US website, at the moment, is still open, although at the moment I can only find the BOB on the French site.
Interesting…there was a lot of discussion on fragrantica about the US and Canada distribution ending. I bought a 200 ml bottle of Vanille Insensee for my daughter because of that. I will look now to see if the US site is still selling.
Oh, I imagine it’s true and the site will go down. But also would not assume that means you won’t be able to buy here. It is just too soon to tell. When Goutal closed their US distribution, it didn’t matter for long.
I have been finding some at online discounters ??
They also disappeared middle of last year for a SECOND time from the South African perfumery selling them.So odd.
I think when L’Oreal bought the company things changed.
Too bad — I’d be curious to try this, even if Atelier is beginning to feel a little bit like Diminishing Returns Parfum & Cie, for me. I can’t keep track of the new releases, and none appeals as much as the original handful of scents, which felt more distinct.
I have pretty much given up on AC…they have really only made one fragrance I’d like to own. I did not love the original set either (or, I liked them enough to buy 2 small bottles, and then didn’t like those well enough after living with them to keep them).