Directly translated, the name Beaufille means “handsome girl,” with a laid-back approach to French grammatical accord that somehow just works. “It’s a nonsensical French word, bringing two words together, which speaks to the idea of bringing Chloe and I together, as two opposites,” says Parris. Meet the designers, Chloe and Parris Gordon.
A story by Monica Ainley. Read more >
She Came to Stay by Simone de Beauvoir and On the Road by Jack Kerouac are two of the most famous novels of the 20th century and two of perfumier Timothy Han’s favourite books. Here Han discusses his unusual take on literary fandom – evoking the spirit of pre-war Paris and the highways of beatnik-era USA and putting them into a bottle.
A story by Tish Wrigley. Read more >