Jardins d'écrivains - Exil - Eau de Parfum
Show your sassy side, thanks to the eucalyptus, thyme and slightly bitter heliotrope that characterize this perfume.
Exil is a poem by Saint-John Perse, a French diplomat, writer and Nobel Prize winner, who moved to the USA in 1940.
Exil is an emanation of deeply rooted elements. “I shall inhabit my name”
eucaluptus, thyme, clove, amber, heliotrope, musk, cedar