Mylène Alran is a young perfumer from Albi, a town in southwest France. Mylène has always had a passion for nature and the scents surrounding her. Very early on, she pursued chemistry studies with a view to devoting herself entirely to perfume creation.

In 2010, she joined Robertet as a student perfumer under Jacques Flori. There, she quickly mastered all the formulation techniques. Thanks to her hard work and creativity, she quickly became a junior perfumer working under Michel Almairac. Together, they created Les Roses de Chloé, then, on her own, she created Azalée and Hommage à l’Homme Voyageur for Lalique.