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  • Fragrances

    William's London: Jermyn Street & St. James's Street

    Back in William’s day, any self-respecting London dandy could be found bouncing around between Jermyn Street and St. James's Street. Here, a gentleman’s every tailoring and grooming need could be tended, to an impeccable standard.
  • In the press

    On the Mysteries of Halfeti - In Conversation with Christian Provenzano

    Penhaligon’s recently had the opportunity to sit down for a cuppa with the father of Halfeti and the new arrival to the Trade Routes collection, Halfeti Leather, the modern-day Prince of Perfumery, Christian Provenzano.
  • Fragrances

    The Penhaligon’s Fragrance Table: a banquet for discerning noses

    An intoxicating smell as one enters. Unrivalled care and attention from fragrance experts. Every one of our boutiques has its hallmarks, but there is nothing more distinctly Penhaligon’s than our iconic Fragrance Table.
  • Fragrances

    A Romantic Celebration or The Curse of Cupid? 

    The year is 1845. William Penhaligon was a mere 9 years old. We can only imagine he was playing in the Cornish countryside, pasty in hand, nose thrust deep into a bed of posies.