This perfume is intoxicating, tempestuous and impulsive. The floral notes dominate the composition and open the door to an unreal, fantasy world as in a fairy tale or Botticelli's Primavera.
WHAT IT IS: The woman this fragrance is dedicated to yearns to encounter the magic. She loves to fascinate and be fascinated. She is searching for enchantment and the world of dreams that come true. Her powerful imagination and the ability to trust in what is possible give her a remarkable sensitivity. A feminine vulnerability, devotion and yearning for being at one with the world characterize this type of woman. But she also maintains the enthusiasm and special charm of the young girl who feels as if the world belongs to her and that all doors are open. Size: 15 ml
WHAT IT DOES: The perfume reflects this complex, romantic personality and reveals it in a remarkable floral bouquet at its heart. The head notes have a volatile character. They are fresh, without being over-exuberant: the gaiety of orange and bergamot is mellowed by the green composure of fig leaf, all flowing swiftly into the floral heart. Here, the stunning combination of gardenia tiare, jasmine, lily of the valley, osmanthus, ylang-ylang, tuberose, geranium and carnation unfolds. The scent of iris continues to echo this predominantly flowery character in the base notes. Musk and vanilla gently soften the exuberance of this remarkable composition and help to maintain the flowery essences.
Brand: Morgane Le Fay
Named after the powerful sorceress in the tales of King Arthur, Morgane Le Fay has become a bride-to-be favorite thanks to its bewitchingly beautiful wedding dresses and bridesmaid gowns. Founded in 1982, Morgane Le Fay operates out of a studio in Soho — drawing inspiration from the history and ambiance of Lower Manhattan in designing its bridal collections, perfume and ready-to-wear women’s clothing. The brand’s design philosophy is to craft clothing for fit, ease and elegance — not for age or background. The result is an airy, sophisticated style that has attracted the likes of Bjork, Juliette Binoche, Brooke Shields and the staff at Martha Stewart Weddings.