A Fendi Scented Baguette bag and a bottle of the fragrance Francis Kurkdjian created for the project. The perfumer’s patented technique for scenting leather is inspired by a 12th century glove makers’ practice involving horse urine.

This limited-edition scented Fendi bag was inspired by horse pee – and we got that from the horse’s mouth

  • In 12th century France, glove makers would use horse urine to remove hair from skins. To mask the pee smell, they washed the gloves and scented them
  • Paris-based perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, who perfected a technique to perfume leather inspired by this, talks about creating the scent for a Fendi Baguette
Topic |   Fashion
A Fendi Scented Baguette bag and a bottle of the fragrance Francis Kurkdjian created for the project. The perfumer’s patented technique for scenting leather is inspired by a 12th century glove makers’ practice involving horse urine.
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