OUR STORY

Floraïku Paris combines the passion for Asian culture and its sense of refinement with the olfactory savoir-faire of French perfumery, to create unique fragrances. Named after haikus, small 3 verse poems written by the brand's cofounder Clara Molloy, our perfumes are composed drawing inspiration from the serene landscapes of Asia. Floraïku Paris' collections capture the sophisticated energy of nature and the profound beauty of traditional ceremonies.

OUR STORY

Floraïku Paris combines the passion for Asian culture and its sense of refinement with the olfactory savoir-faire of French perfumery, to create unique fragrances. Named after haikus, small 3 verse poems written by the brand's cofounder Clara Molloy, our perfumes are composed drawing inspiration from the serene landscapes of Asia. Floraïku Paris' collections capture the sophisticated energy of nature and the profound beauty of traditional ceremonies.

Ô CHA

The first collection, Secret Teas and Spices, is inspired by the Ô Cha ceremony, the Japanese ceremonial preparation of their beloved matcha tea and learn about their customs and traditions. This collection comes in a white bottle to represent the sacred gesture of the tea preparation and each scents have different teas interpreted with a unique spice blend.

IKEBANA

The second collection, Enigmatic Flowers, is inspired by the Ikebana ceremony, the art of arranging flowers simple, understated and restrained in Japanese culture. This collection is presented in an indigo coloured bottle, the colour of tradition in Japan, that hosts only tee flowers.

KŌDŌ

The third collection, Forbidden Incense, is inspired by the Kōdō ceremony, the art of appreciating Japanese incense and represent a moment of sharing and playing. The collection of scents are all wood based to represent the long history of incense in japan and presented in the dark color of the smoke when you burn incense.

SHADOWING™

The Shadowing™ collection allows you to play with your shadows, and give your fragrance a new twist. Add a light or a dark shadow to each Floraïku Paris perfume. Side by side, you will raise ô secret inner me. Side by side softly, please apply. Shadowing ain’t no mixing.

[FLORA] [HAÏKU]

Each collection pays tribute to specific ceremonies dear to eastern culture. Teas, incenses and flowers. Each of our perfumes is named after a dedicated haïku written at the back of the bottle. Composed by 3 verses like the 3 notes of a perfume.

[FLORA] [HAÏKU]

Each collection pays tribute to specific ceremonies dear to eastern culture. Teas, incenses and flowers. Each of our perfumes is named after a dedicated haïku written at the back of the bottle. Composed by 3 verses like the 3 notes of a perfume.

The founders of Floraïku Paris

Clara and John Molloy founded Floraïku Paris in 2017. A trip to Japan, the encounter with a culture and an approach so delicate and respectful of nature - which resonates all the way to literature and the arts - convinced them to initiate a new brand, after Memo Paris, created in 2007. Their experience as a perfume house, combined with this desire to unite different voices, from Paris, the cradle of perfume design, to Asia, the heart of refinement, won them over. An openness to the world that resembles them: she, born in Paris, literature lover, herself author of haikus; he, Irish by birth, curious globe-trotter, who previously worked for Kenzo Fashion in Paris for 5 years.

The founders of Floraïku Paris

Clara and John Molloy founded Floraïku Paris  in 2017. A trip to Japan, the encounter with a culture and an approach so delicate and respectful of nature - which resonates all the way to literature and the arts - convinced them to initiate a new brand, after Memo Paris, created in 2007. Their experience as a perfume house, combined with this desire to unite different voices, from Paris, the cradle of perfume design, to Asia, the heart of refinement, won them over. An openness to the world that resembles them: she, born in Paris, literature lover, herself author of haikus; he, Irish by birth, curious globe-trotter, who previously worked for Kenzo Fashion in Paris for 5 years.