The second series of Histories De Parfums tells completely different stories than the first. The series is built on the basis of flowers or plants and tends to do so in a very personal style. While the next series called "It's Not a Blue Bottle" got its name from Treachery of Images, which is actually a famous work in the 1920s by Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. His painting shows an image of a pipe above a statement that reads, in French translation, as "This is not a pipe." Between the line where things go from empty to exist, there is the possibility of greater depth. This is not a blue bottle, the allegory of a fragrant big bang, a journey from the abstract to the hottest feelings in the infinite blue. It is an expression of olfactory hallucination and a blue page that represents freedom of expression for everyone. Another of his series is the Poem series - Straight. Here, fragrant expression is given as a tribute to the most beautiful verse of the Orient, and there are references to three symbols: eternity, wisdom and love. Winnie - Eternal Yellow Gold represents what we do from our lives and leave as our heritage. Rosem - There is the white gold with the silver symbolizing wisdom, which is the greatest gift of the soul. Fidelis - In a gold-to-copper marriage, true love blossoms, blushes and connects the infatuated souls. Three favorite fragrant songs touching on the strange and gilded golden heart of a secret collection with the treasures of life revealed. The designer Histoires de Parfums has 45 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2000 and the newest one is from 2019. The Histoires de Parfums fragrances were created in collaboration with perfumes Gerald Gisline, Magali Sankeier, Gerald Giseline, Julian Rescient, Luca Muffie and Fannie Bell .