INTRODUCING THE INIMITABLE MR. PENHALIGON
When Mr Penhaligon first made cologne (for royals and nobility,) he had set up in Mayfair, (the centre of Old-World civility).
Our Dear Queen Victoria, and the Shah of Persia soon wore his scent, and the request for a Royal Warrant had swift regal consent.This was 1870, and the world was discovering what would one day be his legacy.
The above is all true.
Majestic and chic. Like a good friend, stimulating and comforting in equal measure. Like great art and music, uplifting. Composed in expert, meticulous detail, but with strong, confident brush strokes - William Penhaligon ́s own scent.
Beyond distinguished. A timeless classic, since 2020. Created with Vetiver, one of perfumery ́s master ingredients. Earthy, warm and fresh. Woven inside an Oriental structure, one of perfumery ́s mistresses of sophistication.
Bergamot & Jasmine
Vetiver, Incense & Cedar Wood
Sandalwood & Ambrox
The Tragedy of Lord George
Do come in, I’m sure we’ve met before... Noble patriarch of the Portraits Family, paragon of masculine elegance, Lord George welcomes with a scent of shaving soap and warming rum. But what secrets hide behind tradition?
The Coverted Duchess Rose
Daughter of Lord George & Lady Blanche, a sparkling and obtensibly innocent scent of the youthful daughter of Lord George & Lady Blanche. A translucent floral fragrance, an English rose with hidden sensuality and thorns.
What are the secrets of the British aristocracy?
Are they as well behaved, courteous and polite as they seem to be? “Portraits” is a tribute to the English spirit; between establishment, humour and provocation.
It’s been a few years since the esteemed Portraits family took permanent residence in Penhaligon’s stores around the world. The ever-growing Portraits fragrance collection continues to offer something...
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 icon...
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 tend...