Marque-Page Eau de Parfum

€27 / 10ml

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The light plays in the shade of terracotta.
The warm winds carry the scent.

Marque-Page wanders between spices, leather, incense and woods.

Inspired by the adventure stories that the founder Baptiste Bouygues was read to by his parents as a child, the warmth and earthiness of oud notes, leather and oriental spices combine and evoke associations with oriental markets, warm winds from the desert, the desire to travel and Adventure. Baptist's father always had a leather bookmark (marque-page) with him during these reading sessions. As with all Ormaie fragrances, only the highest quality and exclusively natural raw materials are used here. This also includes real oud, a raw material that is rare and therefore has a higher price.


Top: Frankincense, Davana, Artemisia

Middle: leather, geranium, jasmine, orange blossom, iris

Bottom: Oud Wood, Sandalwood, Amber, Nagarmotha, Vetiver, Patchouli, Cedarwood


Web Code 100ml: 41100000189

Ingla Schuhmoden Renal GmbH is an authorized and official point of sale for the Ormaie brand.

A grandfather, a sculptor. A grandmother and her flowers. A mother passionate about fragrances. The founder of ORMAIE seeks excellence in art. Ormaie is a house of creation. It is family owned. Ormaie has brought artists and craftspeople together to write every chapter of its story.

Ormaie attaches great importance to naturalness:

The colors of the fragrances come from the colors of the natural ingredients they contain. Ormaie fragrances are 100% natural, cruelty free and vegan.

A glass that has been faceted twelve times, like a sundial, as a testament to the long process of creation. For glass production, Ormaie uses only renewable energy.

The wooden bottle caps in the iconic shapes are carved from beech wood from responsibly managed forests and polished by hand.

The Ormaie box is made from Italian paper made from 40% recycled fibres, 55% from sustainably managed forests and 5% cotton. It is printed on the Heidelberg machines from the 1960s.

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