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Robertet’s ‘Seed to Scent’ Celebrates Milestone

August 1, 2012


• Robertet’s latest “Seed to Scent” luncheon at the New York Botanical Garden—“Rolls Royce & The Bespoke Rose—honored how both the luxury car maker and the fragrance house transform and integrate natural materials in their respective design.

Plus, the event also celebrated a company milestone: 160 years of cultivating and processing scented roses.

The two companies undertook a “Seed to Scent” journey that led to the creation of a limited-edition scent collection, numbered 1 through 160. Each of the numbered scents is wrapped in a customized Rolls Royce upholstery leather wrap that represents each year of Robertet’s work with scented roses.
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