Pierre Montel is a well-known perfume maker who focuses on developing niche perfumes. He founded the Bashmiri Prison brand as an inter-generational collaboration, and his home photographer Emily, who brings her own world and taste to this work. And, by the way, in Paris's prestigious Andom Square, you can find a prism boutique perfume boutique, where you can probably smell the perfume of a prism made from unique raw materials that are priceless. The inspiration for their perfumes, by the way, was that the two drew from the art-deco world, Emily's favorite. Art Deco What is? It is a style that takes great care in detail and highlights them. It is often widely used in geometric decoration, with the intention of giving a flowing but still industrial appearance. He also often uses products such as steel, wood, marble and the like. Emily, who is, as mentioned, the field devotee, brought with her the reference to him in the joint work of the two. As for doing so, this perfume is a key for the Pierre Montel prism, the same nose that is also behind the Montel sky. But it is precisely in this perfume that he is more careful, perhaps to really blur the differences between the two perfume companies and their products. The company, which has been operating for over a decade, has issued more than sixty fragrances of sawdust perfume, and the hand is still tilted. Cedrat Boise Mancera - Leading Product of Prismatic Perfume This is by far one of the brand's leading perfumes. It is a citrus aroma designed for both woman and man. It was first launched in 2011. Indeed, when placed on the skin, its upper notes are made up of bergamot and Sicilian lemon plus black currant and spices. After a while you will feel a fruity smell along with the smell of jasmine and patchouli. While, after a while, odors of wood, leather, musk and vanilla remain. This scent of sawmill is very suitable for summer and spring days, and it stays on your skin for a relatively long time and transmits a very clear presence to those around you, so that if you put it on your skin, no one can ignore your presence when you enter the room. The same year the perfume was launched, the company embarked on a different sawmill perfume. It was Mancera Roses Vanille. There is no doubt that Pierre Montel's taste is here, too. The willingness to use spices, which is very common in the Middle East, is very prominent here. It is a perfume that, as it is, is an oriental vanilla fragrance for women. This perfume was also launched in 2011. Pierre Montel made sure that his upper notes were composed of water and lemon, after a while sensing the smell of roses and sugar, but the remaining base notes on the skin were of vanilla, as mentioned, and the smell of maple tree enhanced by the smell of white musk. This perfume is a tremendous presence and it remains on the skin of the perfumed person for a very long time.