B. Akerlund and Robert Lussier of Le Snob launched their luxury accessories line in 2015, but with it they’ve cultivated a lifestyle that lives up to its snobby name. Most of the range is as functional as it is snobby—handbags come equipped with umbrellas and others function as a way to transport champagne.

The latest edition to the family is a fragrance done in collaboration with legendary perfumer Les Parfums de Rosine, which was revived by Marie-Hèléne Rogeon in 1991. Lussier and Ackerland have a shared obsession with Rosine and its unique rose compositions.

While the rest of their line is on the louder side, Rosine x Le Snob is a delightfully inoffensive rose scent that can be worn all day, everyday. It’s the brand’s belief that perfume is one’s “snobbiest accessory.” At Palais Royal, the the new scent was honored within a gothic rose garden designed by famed florist Eric Chauvin. With passed chocolates and flowing champagne, Le Snob knows how to make sure that all of your senses are appealed to—the new fragrance ticks the last check mark off of the list, but we’re sure that they won’t stop there.

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