One thing about living in a city: you never know what you're going to see next. This afternoon, I came across a fascinating exhibition of rare plants used in making perfumes, as well as design prototypes for bottles and packaging of some well-known perfumes. The plants had too many coloured lights trained on them to make photography realistic. Instead, I focused on display cases featuring the perfume design prototypes. Sunshine filtered through skylights also affected photography. This is the first of three posts about this exhibition in Boulogne-Billancourt.
Eau des Merveilles - Hermes, Paris (photos above and below)
Eau de Peace - Claude Montana, Paris (photos above and below)
Roberto Cavalli - Italy (photos above and below)