A woman at church was wearing the most beautiful perfume I had ever smelled, so I asked her what it was. She told me it was from a small perfumery in France and she got it on her recent trip there. I knew I had to create a perfume in that style. Aldehydes have been used widely in French perfumery since 1921 and Jasmine Grandiflorum from the south of France is a perfect companion to the aldehydes. I chose Turkish Rose because of its spiciness and warmth, which contrast with bright Aldehydes and Jasmine. Lily of the Valley is a fresh and green note which adds a certain lightness and sophistication to N° 3.
Bright and crisp notes of aldehydes and Jasmine Grandiflorum sparkle high above the smooth and warm facets of Turkish Rose and Lily of the Valley.
100mL flaçons are crafted in Normandy by legendary glass atelier Verreries-Brosse and topped with a silver-tone cap made in Milan.
N° 3 Extrait de Parfum
Lily of the Valley