The brand

The spirit of Naomi Goodsir's perfumes is in line with the independent perfume houses. A designer, original compositions, a dedicated universe.

Rich, elegant and timeless perfumes, all formulated around an emblematic raw material of fine perfumery. They all have a singular olfactory identity, a texture and multiple facets.

Beautiful materials, nobility, elegance: the six eaux de parfums reflect the madness, the chic and the fantasy that the creator has the secret. Attaching as much importance to know-how as to inspiration, Naomi Goodsir has surrounded herself with talented perfumers such as Julien Rasquinet, Bertrand Duchaufour and Isabelle Doyen.


Naomi Goodsir's exceptional perfumes, concocted with Renaud Coutaudier, represent a natural extension of this separate universe that reconnects with the tradition of perfume as a style statement, free from market trends.

Naomi Goodsir Parfums has been a member of the Fragrance Foundation France since its fragrance, Nuit de Bakélite, received the 2018 FIFI Award in Paris for: "Best Fragrance from an Independent Niche Brand" in the "Experts' Award" category. A first for an Australian designer.

Naomi Goodsir's fragrances are handcrafted and packaged in France near Grasse, where Naomi Goodsir lives and works. Corpus Equus by Bertrand Duchaufour, the sixth fragrance in the collection, is an interpretation of deep black leather, animal & contemporary - a tribute to a proud & impetuous horse.

Creator, Naomi Goodsir

Vogue Italia presented her in January 2015, as one of the most promising "new talents". With good reason, we must believe. Naomi Goodsir never stops stirring up trouble by reinterpreting, with unbridled imagination, hats, bags and other "couture" accessories.

Signing a difference, a look, an attitude.

If you see Naomi Goodsir, it's impossible for her to go unnoticed. The Australian milliner and designer has a unique elegance and refined charm. Her story is connected to that "something" that marks a sharp look. She is known for her terribly "couture" hats, which accompany a movement, a haughty, rebellious head carriage, sometimes rock, often punk, but always chic. For more than 10 years, she has been designing and making unique pieces by hand, using beautiful materials from Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV), as a tribute to ancestral know-how.

From the English National Opera to collaborations with iconic venues, designers & photographers, such as the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris, Les Bains Paris, Amanda Harlech, Mario Testino & Tim Walker, Naomi Goodsir has decided to carve out her own path, in France.