A floral reverie.
“It all starts in a forgotten garden where Neroli, delicate and pure flower of Bitter Orange, bends its branches to the fine and sensual tuberose flower perched on her heels. The farandole has quickly grown with sweet Mandarin, the small Plum and wild hazel flowers..."
Ailleurs & Fleurs has a striking ambiguity to it: two white and sensual flowers of opposite character, one pure while the other tantalizing, are united to create this incredible mixed feeling of sensual purity. While Neroli, a symbol of purity and virginity, is often worn on weddings to dispel anxiety, the legend of the Tuberose warns that one should not breathe in its scent after dark. Indeed, the Mistress of the night, as it is called in India, reveals the world of temptation and seduction.
Pure, luminous and bewitching.