In the enchanting world of artisanal craftsmanship, where creativity meets authenticity, MAD et LEN stands as an extraordinary brand that transcends boundaries.
The brand's story began in the picturesque French Alps, where husband and wife duo Sandra Fuzier and Alexandre Piffaut found themselves captivated by the beauty of nature. With a passion for preserving traditional techniques and an unwavering dedication to creating unique scents and homeware, MAD et LEN has carved a niche for itself in the realm of luxury craftsmanship.
Following traditional methods passed down through generations, the brand meticulously handcrafts each fragrance with the utmost care. Using the highest quality raw materials sourced from Grasse, the fragrance capital of the world, MAD et LEN creates olfactory masterpieces that evoke emotions and memories.
Every perfume in their collection tells a unique story, transporting you to a realm of captivating aromas and enchanting landscapes. From the warm embrace of ancient woods to the delicate whispers of wildflowers, each fragrance is an ode to the wonders of nature and the power of scent.
The allure of MAD et LEN's homeware lies in its rugged yet refined appeal. The blackened iron vessels are created through a meticulous process of heating and hand-forging, resulting in unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that exude a raw, primal beauty. Their candles, hand-poured using natural wax, radiate a warm glow that creates a serene ambiance. These exceptional creations transform any space into a sanctuary of sensory pleasure.
MAD et LEN embraces sustainable practices, prioritising respect for the environment and responsible sourcing of materials. Their commitment to sustainability is evident in their choice to use natural and organic ingredients, minimising the ecological footprint of their products. Additionally, they prioritise ethical collaborations with local artisans, supporting traditional craftsmanship and ensuring fair wages for their partners.
Launching end July at the LAB2.1, 399 Guillemard Road and Galerie 5, 50 Craig Road.