VERSAILLES, France — Fragrance houses Guerlain and Diptyque, as well as glove-maker Maison Fabre and fine food purveyor Lenôtre, have joined forces with the Versailles mayor’s office to create a public park and visitor center celebrating the city’s past and present links with fragrance.
The four brands are part of the Cour des Senteurs, which opened on April 25 just a stone’s throw from the Château de Versailles, which attracts 10 million visitors per year.
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