The Historic Perfumery Krigler Comes to Beverly Hills

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Krigler, the historic perfume house whose notable clients have included F. Scott Fitzgerald, John F. Kennedy, and Audrey Hepburn, is opening its first West Coast boutique in November, at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles in Beverly Hills. (It also has a boutique in the Plaza Hotel in New York.) The 110-year-old perfumery will offer a range of unisex fragrances priced between $200 and $1,200. The new shop will include a fragrance lab with in-house master perfumers to help customers create bespoke perfumes and candles or revive historic scents from the perfumery’s archival collection of over 300 fragrances. Enthusiasts can even create a custom perfume ($50,000 to $60,000) through private sessions with Ben Krigler, a fifth-generation perfumer and the company’s current owner. The Los Angeles boutique will also offer the brand’s scented candles, soaps, skin-care products, and more. (krigler.com)

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