A modern
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Maison d'Etto draws inspiration from art, architecture, design and the modern equestrian lifestyle.

Maison d’Etto is a luxury brand of artisanal fragrances, created to inspire moments of connection, reflection, well being — nurturing the human spirit one moment at a time (01). Gender-neutral creations developed with the intention of being noticed and designed for an undeniable connection, offer a new modern take on luxury fragrance.

The first collection is titled, (Connection to Self). This collection was inspired by the horses (02) that have taken me on personal journeys — connecting me to myself, others, nature and the world around me through unspoken and invisible languages. May they serve as a meaningful metaphor to you.

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Discovery Set // Collection I
Discovery Set // Collection I

We invite you to try all five fragrances in our debut collection, (Connection to Self). This collection was inspired by the horses that have taken me on personal journeys — connecting me to myself, others, nature and the world around me through unspoken and invisible languages. May it serve as a meaningful metaphor to you. 

The Discovery Set includes samples of all five fragrances in spray form. Including Rotano, Karat EG, Durban Jane, Macanudo and Canaan.   Complimentary US Domestic Shipping. Please note: Discovery Sets are final sale.
$90

"The chypre category of fragrance emerged in 1917 with the debut of the first oakmoss, labdanum, and patchouli blend, Francois Coty’s Chypre. Since then, the style has become associated with classics—Guerlain’s Mitsouko, Hermès Calèche, and the original Miss Dior are old school examples—but gender-neutral line Maison d’Etto sought to modernize the concept. The brand’s idiosyncratic scent Karat blends chypre-associated elements with modern touches like rose nectar and carrots. Perfumer Carlos Benaim’s mix of past and present should appeal to all those who source their vintage from The Real Real and fill their Instagram folders with snapshots from bygone eras." — VOGUE

A modern
fragrance house:
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"Winter’s Best Fragrances Are Perfect for Gifting" by Vogue's Janelle Okwodu

The chypre category of fragrance emerged in 1917 with the debut of the first oakmoss, labdanum, and patchouli blend, Francois Coty’s Chypre. Since then, the style has become associated with classics—Guerlain’s Mitsouko, Hermès Calèche, and the original Miss Dior are old school examples—but gender-neutral line Maison d’Etto sought to modernize the concept. The brand’s idiosyncratic scent Karat blends chypre-associated elements with modern touches like rose nectar and carrots. Perfumer Carlos Benaim’s mix of past and present should appeal to all those who source their vintage from The Real Real and fill their Instagram folders with snapshots from bygone eras. — VOGUE

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