Last November, Rafael Nadal announced an unexpected collaboration: a fragrance collection developed in partnership with luxury perfumer Henry Jacques.
Taking a brief break from the court, the athlete worked with Henry Jacques to create a
Now, Nadal and Henry Jacques are introducing all three scents in solid perfume form, a portable and travel-friendly alternative to a traditional liquid spray.
Henry Jacques first launched solid perfume — a product it dubs the “
A nod to Nadal’s profession, the tennis champ’s solid perfumes are nestled in limited-edition Clic-Clacs adorned with a curving, green stripe alluding to the shape of a ball.
This isn’t the first time Nadal, a longtime
A whiff of the 22-time Grand Slam winner won’t come cheap. Limited to 150 editions, Nadal’s three solid fragrances sell as a set for $41,900 exclusively at Henry Jacques’ Beverly Hills Boutique.