Ten Second Takeaway

The Perfume Library is the first retail footprint for art fragrances – a curated collection of rare and exclusive perfumes that the owner see as one-time investment pieces.

The scent of an Indian perfumery

The merchandising is based on extensive research of Indian preferences and on our 3,000 year old heritage of fine fragrances. In fact, owner Jahnvi Dameron Nandan has smelt over a 1,000 different smells before finally selecting the 21 compositions currently on display at En Inde, the store in Delhi. She took us on a sojourn of the beautiful olfactive workshop, ‘The Memory Pod,’ and we can safely say, they take their scents seriously.


Find your fragrance

As for brands stocked at the library, Grossmith—one of the oldest English perfume houses originally established in 1835, and stocked at Harrods and Neiman Marcus {to name a few select stores} finds itself at the Perfume Library. Mary Greenwell, a famous make-up artist {with a clientele that included Princess Diana, Victoria Beckham and Cate Blanchett}, and Parfums d’Empire, created by a professor of perfume; a high concentration of rich, natural essences and emotion can also be found here.

Rumour has it

We hear that The Perfume Library will soon be launching its own collection of perfumes over the next couple of months. We are as excited as you are. The entire collection is available at En Inde in Meherchand Market.

Where: 125/126 Meherchand Market, 1st Floor

Nearest Metro Station: JLN Stadium

Price: INR 8,000 onwards

Timings: 11am – 10pm

Contact: 011 49050832, +91 9910552206

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