Franck Salzwedel, founder of Èlisire: “I was born on a warm summer day in France to German parents. Growing up in the countryside, I discovered the beauty of nature and the changing of the seasons. When I was 10 years old, my family moved to Indonesia and my world no longer had borders. Bali enriched my senses and became the place I treasured most: colourful, inspiring and life changing. Back in France I studied fashion and I realized that my job was to translate a designer's world into a fragrance and capture his soul in a bottle. My first experience was at Giorgio Armani, where I developed the Acqua di Gio and Mania perfumes. As a passionate painter, I soon recognized a parallel language to my love for fragrances.
The connection between the two became so evident that it inspired me to create my line of perfumes Élisire to create that celebrates the infinite radiance of color and the transformative power of fragrance.
Élisire Perfumes are "elixirs of passion". From the first squirt you can tell that care and quality go hand in hand with love and imagination. Each fragrance tells its own story and seduces the senses in a unique way; all are bold, multi-faceted, deep and elegant. Each of my perfumes has an excellent longevity and a strong sillage / trail. A sensual projection that is perceived by those around you but does not overpower the atmosphere of a room. Élisire Perfumes are exceptional scents in high concentration. Made with the finest essences from nature and the most innovative technologies. Vegan, cruelty-free, ethically responsible and sustainably manufactured. Created by some of the greatest perfumers in the perfume industry.
"I dreamed of Élisire like from a legend of fragrances. A cosmos of sensations. A constellation of stars in a secluded place that feels and smells like paradise. An extraordinary journey for the senses, into the open, magnificent and exotic. Exceptional fragrances in high concentration. Atmospheric fragrances full of magic and mystery, generous and intoxicating. Perfumes of longing and desire.” Franck Salzwedel