Atlas Garden Eau de Parfum
FLORAL - ORANGE FLOWER - AMBROX
The Concept A bouquet of white flowers for a floral print , a luminous vanilla and white oud for ... Read full description
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A bouquet of white flowers for a floral print , a luminous vanilla and white oud for the most precious gold, a dry cardamom and cedarwood for woody accessories, a soft coca bean and an intense oud wood for a tanned suede, a rose accord intertwined with a canvas of ambergris for an opulent embroidery, and a shimmering oriental accord paying tribute to his beloved garden.
Le Vestiaire Des Parfums – Atlas Garden
Discover Atlas Garden: a delicately shimmering accord drawn from the treasures of the oasis. An expression of the sweet sensuality discovered by Monsieur Yves Saint Laurent in his Morroccan paradise.
This exhilarating floral accord - evocative of Morocco, where orange blossom water is part of every hospitality ritual - blends with another gift of the desert. Traditionally called “the finger of light” for its ambery translucence, the Deglet Nour date inspires the addictive heart of Atlas Gardens.
"I wanted to recreate the dream of wandering in a palm tree plantation with a spectacular view on the landscapes of the Atlas Mountains: a breeze of orange trees in blossom and the lushness of fresh, tasty dates… A journey under the Moroccan sun for the pleasure of the senses.”
Amandine Marie, perfumer
The architectural bottle of Le Vestiaire Des Parfums is enriched by a sleek and intense gold lacquer.
Olfactory family: Floriental
Top Notes: Bergamont Essence, Neroli Essence, Mandarin Essence
Heart Notes: Orange Flower Absolute, Date Accord
Background notes: Solar Accord, Tonka Bean Absolute, Ambrox
DISCOVER ONE OF MR. SAINT LAURENT ORIENTAL INSPIRATION : ATLAS GARDEN
In 1980, Yves Saint Laurent bought the villa Majorelle in Marrakech, renaming it the Villa Oasis. Over the years, he turned it into a haven of peace and creation: paradise found. Its flowers spilled over into the motifs of his dazzling embroidered capes and flamboyant "garden" dresses.