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Eau de Boujee - Eaux de Parfums

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Eau de Boujee - Travel Sprays

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Boujee Bougies - Perfumed Candles

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What people have been saying

  • Alice du Parcq

    “[Gilded] is a fragrance that gets you noticed. It's in that golden, drizzly, resinous incense vibe that I love. [...] This is a great fragrance. The composition is so clever. Objectively, it's brilliant.”

  • Glass Magazine

    “Inspired by the idea of a sci-fi JG Ballardian skyscraper completely engulfed by snaking and writhing foliage, surrounded by "dewy mists". This is a wildly brilliant green scent underscored by a compelling musk-like concrete accord.”

  • Caroline Hirons

    “A range of beautiful, unique candles that are genuinely different and weird and fun and luxury and lush…[Queen Jam] is actually my favourite one. It smells like someone made sweet jam in a florist that was full to the brim and in full bloom. I love it. LOVE.”

  • Reader’s Digest

    “Fed up of candles which smell divine the first time they're lit, only to lose their scent within their first burning? Boujee Bougies is your answer. Their deliciously-scented candles retain the strength of their calming smell from the first light to the last flicker of their wicks.”

  • Red

    “We're consistently impressed with the scent throw from BB candles, and this one's no exception. With its woody, smoky vibe paired with luxe gold leaf – this [Gilt] is the one if you want your home to smell expensive.”

  • Elle

    “Turn your living room into a marble floored space complete with silk draperies and ornate carvings with Gilt. Everything from Boujee Bougies have an impressive throw, so expect this candle to go the mile.”

Postmodern Perfumery for discerning noses

  • What is postmodern perfumery?

    The concept of “Modern Perfumery” was created in France, at the dawn of the 20th century, when chemists and perfumers found one another. New kinds of fragrance creations became possible - ones that were abstract and not only figurative. The idea of a perfumer was typically male and French, or at the very least a person who had trained in France. The evolution of Modern Perfumery has slowly taken us to a slightly broader view from what perfumery can be, and who can be perfumers. But not by much. We still talk about Modern Perfumery as the pinnacle and conclusion of the entirety of perfume history and assign more value to certain attributes that have been passed down the generations.

  • We believe that...

    …the fragrance trade should move on from tired tropes invented a hundred years ago.

    …no assumptions should be made about the kind of person who buys home fragrance.

    …that the most beautiful perfumes are art first, product second.

    Read our manifesto