Floral designs ubiquitous from the end of the nineteenth century are rare today as most of the contemporary mass perfume labels bear the name of a couture designer. The design for the Von Eusersdorff label brings back the flower as the traditional ornament for fragrances. The brand also goes back in history as it draws attention on the name of the label founder’s ancestors. A skilled family of German emigrants who use to run an apothecary for nearly three centuries. The artisanal world of oils, herbs, spices and petals being the initial cradle of the perfume industry as we currently know it.
Today, New York is the habitat and inspiring work-place of the passionate creatives behind the Von Eusersdorff label, which fuels the creation of these “inspiringly different fragrances.”