A tribute to the painting of the Japanese bridge by Claude Monet. This creation is the result of a dialogue between perfumers, historians and artists, and depicts a wooden bridge after a summer rainstorm whose drops of water evoke the invigorating scent of lush, green nature.
This version of the Japanese Bridge is distinguished by a purple and red touch that suggests the vegetation of a budding autumn and the scent of damp earth through the use of galbanum, basil and tree moss.
"Japonism is translated here into a flowing, minimalist and structured composition. The pond, surrounded by willows and irises that reflect in the water and merge with water lilies, inspires me to create a transparent and steaming floral accord, crowned with a vegetal and woody note. The fragrance is built around this contrast, where green predominates, where nature blends with its reflection". Marie Schnirer, Maelstrom perfumer.
galbanum, petitgrain, basil, geranium, exotic fruits, aquatic notes, patchouli, tree moss, musks