Margot is a classic amongst classics! It is named after a dear friend, a very talented ceramic artiste, who was born, studied and learnt her craft, in The Potteries, where, sadly, so little of the English heritage of china-making remains. Margot's exquisite ceramic jewellery and stunning flower arrangements can be seen on her website.
This classic, chypre fragrance was the result of collaboration with a French perfumer whose renowned father founded the first school of perfumery in Grasse, France. It was both a pleasure and a privilege for John Bailey to have been tutored in the art of perfumery by one of the most gifted master perfumers in the profession.