Many perfumers are currently working for large groups such as Givaudan, Robertet or even IFF. However, it happens that some of them are completely independent. This allows them to give free rein to their imagination and not be guided by the sometimes too strict briefings of the creative houses. This is how Mark Buxton lets his creativity express itself. This one has its own brand and displays an unusual style.Mark Buxton, an Englishman in love with FranceMark Buxton was born in England and studied near Hamburg. Then, he went to Paris and literally fell in love with this city considered to be the capital of romanticism and elegance.
Thus, he has now lived there for more than 20 years and draws from it an inexhaustible source of creativity. Mark Buxton is known to be a hedonistic creator and lover of good things in general. He is a wine connoisseur and also particularly enjoys cooking. Indeed, perfumery and the gastronomic universe are two sectors which in reality have many similarities. Mark Buxton is therefore a very good cook. Likewise, he is an avid collector of Art Deco objects and likes to find flea markets in the capital. In terms of perfumery, he has been exploring raw materials for 25 years. He has collaborated with the biggest brands on the international market and is highly regarded for his olfactory impertinence. Mark Buxton is an unusual and daring character who likes to let his emotions speak for themselves. His universe is both very elegant and modern, avant-garde and aesthetic, structured and seductive. It is equally suitable for women and men. However, Mark Buxton more accurately targets personalities with a somewhat rock ‘n’ roll soul. So, to give free rein to his well-defined universe, he created his own brand.
The Mark Buxton brand
The style of the Mark Buxton house is very clean and contrasting. We notice a touch of English chic as well as an offbeat and modern energy associated with a more traditional side. This generally gives his scents a contemporary dandy aesthetic. Mark Buxton does not hesitate to shift the conventional codes of luxury. He generally likes to work out short formulas and seeks above all absolute simplicity. Nevertheless, its outstanding recipes are nonetheless the result of constant research. He has made sobriety a very complex job and thus strives to capture the emotions in their hearts. Mark Buxton explains: “I like clean formulas, absolute simplicity, beautiful classic and natural materials to shake up with daring and modernity… But with aesthetic requirements. “
The audacity of Mark Buxton’s writing has allowed him to collaborate with the biggest luxury brands like Givenchy, Versace, Paco Rabanne, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. Likewise, since 2010, he has embarked on a new creative project and as such is one of the partners of the Nose boutique, a brand dedicated to niche brands and open since June 2012 in Paris. Through it, he helps young perfumers with an atypical profile to make themselves known and thus advocates olfactory diversity.
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