Majda Bekkali was born into a long-established noble family in Fes, Morocco. At the age of eighteen, the young perfumer came to Paris to pursue a master's degree in art history. But at the end of a rich and extensive curriculum, she decided to turn in a creative direction in the field of perfumery. And has become a creator of fragrances for various well-known brands. In 2009, driven by a tremendous passion for the field of fragrances and various raw materials, she decided to set up her own perfume house. From the world of perfume artist Majda Bekkali sees herself first and foremost as a storyteller. She decided to express the wonderful stories of her ancestral ancestors, the Andalusians. Among their other successes are their being mystical healers and builders of holy cities. The Andalusians were also conquerors, and also those who vehemently opposed the Spanish Spanish rule. Her acquaintance with the Western and Eastern art worlds alike has given her the ability to construct a variety of scents that combine these two worlds. Its perfume house therefore stands at a crossroads with very deep roots on each side. Together a new utopian promise is built here. According to her, in the quiet of her workshops, beauty and aesthetics are created that transcend the boundaries of time, fashions and various trends. The reference to her perfumes is like works of art just waiting to be revealed to those who will appreciate them. Majda Bekkali - a young brand with a clear hallmark Designer Majda Bekkali has issued to date 12 perfumes at the base of the fragrances. This is a relatively new fragrance brand, with the earliest edition being created in 2010 and the newest being from 2019. For the production of these fragrances, the brand has collaborated with perfumes Richard Ebenez, Dolphin Thierry, Bertrand Duchaufour, Dorothy Piyut, Marina Jung-Algart and Cecil Zrukian. Most of the brand series, with the exception of one, define themselves as unisex, meaning they are suitable for both men and women. The brand's perfumes are in bottles that mimic stone, and not in vain. The aim is to tell the story of Andalusia and its architectural abilities. Its choice of certain ingredients also stems from other motives, and not just fragrances. For example, the use of anise that is considered sacred. Perfumes with a presence are quite clear that brand fragrances have a very high presence, and they stay on the skin for a long time. The first series that was more devoted to dreams had the dominant floral scents with touches of spices and skin. Here you can find fragrances like "J'ai Fait Un Reve" or in French translation: I had a dream. This fragrance appears in two editions within this series. The lighter and darker. When the light one is more floral and also involves patchouli or tenka beans while the dark fragrance uses mostly spices and relatively few ingredients. Also two other fragrances in this series, "Pawson Sacre" (Secret Passion I and "Tendre Est La Nuit" (tender is the night) also include two dark and light versions. The next one is much later and here Majda Bekkali is already doing a favor with the Andalusian culture, bringing out fragrances that are reminiscent and dedicated to both Toledo and the nationalism of the period. Singers to architects. Designed by sculptor Claude Houston. These are the songs "Song For Al" and "Song For Levi" - the song for him, and the song for her. Refined and so is the time they stay on the skin.