The name Brecourt is a tribute to my grandfather's company, Bruno Court, a producer of raw materials in Grasse for generations until the 1960s.
"Since my first attempts, each of my creations carries a part of the fulfilment of the only job I have ever dreamed of. In my nose, there is a sense that is the home of all others and is the most secret. Through Brécourt, I wanted to freely explore the modern contours of a multi-sensory mule. If the olfactory emotion is the subtle union between a frag rance, a person and a context, I consider the context as the strongest emotional vector, since it brings back memories of the other senses: it was my main source of inspiration. I have therefore put in the bottles places, moments or attitudes, vehicles of truth that emphasize the personality of those who might recognize faces. To smell a perfume is to explore humanity from the inside".