Penhaligon's whimsical little bottles of scent have become the rock and roll handbag accessories of the 21st century. One of the last traditional perfume houses left in the modern world, a Penhaligon’s fragrance has all the cachet and romance of a great vintage dress.
Step into a Penhaligon’s shop and you are stepping into a wildly eccentric and strangely historical realm. There's the unmistakable aura of the old-fashioned barber shop with wood and glass cabinets and row upon row of little haberdashers drawers. All around are the traces of a luxurious and decadent existence: silver scent bottles, pill boxes, notebooks, leather vanity cases, picture frames and manicure sets.
Winston Churchill, Rudyard Kipling and Prime Ministers David Lloyd George and Ramsay McDonald were all scented and groomed by Penhaligon’s of Piccadilly. Join the aristocracy with a trip to Penhaligons today.