Parisian apothecary Buly 1803 opens first international store in Taipei
Parisian apothecary Buly 1803 has opened its first international store in Taipei.
Located on Dunhua South Road, in the Daan district of Taipei, the store is the third in the Buly retail fold.
Buly 1803 was created by De Taillac Touhami and her husband Ramdane in 2014. The couple took inspiration from traditional 19th-century French hospital pharmacies. More specifically, the outfit run by cosmetician and perfumer, Jean-Vincent Bully.
In the early 1800's, Bully made a name for himself among the French aristocracy for his innovative formulas and vinegar perfumes. Today, Buly 1803 specialises in unique concoctions with natural ingredients, void of parabens, phenoxyethanol and silicones.
In addition to the Taipei store, Buly 1803 has a flagship on rue Bonaparte in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés. It also opened a point-of-sale at Galeries Lafayette in October 2015.
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