For many of the fair sex, J'adore is a permanent component of personal style and a favorite addition to weekend looks. However, even the noblest classics require renewal in order to keep up with the spirit of the times and keep up with new traditions. This year, the leading perfumer of the House of Dior Francois Demachy presents a new sensual interpretation of the iconic perfume - J'adore Infinissime.
In your hands is a real masterpiece: a precious floral bouquet made of Santifolia rose, Sambac jasmine, Grasse tuberose and ylang-ylang. This is a truly sunny melody that awakens a feeling of euphoria and genuine lightness of being.
The secret of the incredibly attractive sound of the scent lies in the note of Grasse tuberose, which disappeared from the fields of Grasse in 1950. The house of Dior gave new life to the legendary flower and began to artificially plant it. For extraction, the brand's specialists use a rare enfleurage method, which is used only in Grasse and nowhere else in the world.
“Grasse tuberose adds a romantic note to J'adore. The seductive bouquet of J'adore emphasizes the bright, radiant tuberose note. J'adore Eau de Parfum Infinissime takes on a sensual charm with this small white flower. Its bright sound symbolizes confidence, strength and femininity."
François Demachy, Dior Leading Perfumer
J'adore Infinissime by Dior
Perfumer: Francois Demachy
Notes: centifolia rose, sambac jasmine, ylang-ylang, Grasse tuberose, sandalwood.
Price: 8 680 rub. (50 ml); RUB 12 480 (100 ml)
Where to buy: iledebeaute.ru
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