The Jardins D'écrivains "Eau de Parfum" set consists of a selection of 7 20ML roll-on perfumes.
Gigi, Junky, Ajar, Wilde, George, Orlando, Marlowe
Eau de Parfum Gigi
GIGI, the famous heroine of Colette, invites us to Paris in 1900. Young, beautiful, mischievous, she seduces with her simplicity and carefreeness. To celebrate it, Jardins D’Écrivains imagines a theme of bright and fruity white flowers. “the most essential of superfluities”
Eau de Parfum Junky
William Burroughs is considered the most avant-garde and daring of the authors of the “Beat Generation”. Junky describes his extreme experiences and inspires an addictive perfume. Perfume has the power to awaken the senses and it is a precise mechanism which operates in a freshness of cannabis and precious wood.
Eau de Parfum Ajar
Romain Gary imagines a literary subterfuge by creating Emile Ajar. Anonymity becomes for him a way of reinventing himself. Like a chameleon perfume, Ajar is a story of incarnation. The darkness of incense mixes with a dazzling orchid. An ambivalence expressing the paradox of personality. A sort of play of light and shadow present in each individual.
Eau de Parfum Wilde
Jardins D’écrivains was inspired by the famous aphorisms of Oscar Wilde to express an olfactory figure of speech. Words, like perfumes, have the power to reveal accurately. WILDE eau de parfum is intended for aesthetes working in their lives to become who they are.
“Man believed that it was important to have, ignoring that it was important to be.” Oscar Wilde
Eau de Parfum George
George Sand was the most modern woman of the Romantic era. Jardins D’écrivains created its first perfume GEORGE under the inspiration of this extraordinary existence. An intense olfactory signature announcing the combination of captivating notes with a chypre base presaging a dazzling temperament.
Eau de Parfum Orlando
Jardins D’écrivains interprets Virginia Woolf’s fascinating fantasy tale. A hybrid character with eternal youth, the one called Lord Orlando during the Elizabethan era became Lady Orlando during the 18th century. Strangeness, eclecticism and timelessness reveal a captivating fragrance. A trail imbued with an irrational dream, an oriental monarchy and a divine sense.
Eau de Parfum Marlowe
Christopher Marlowe is the brilliant bad boy of the Elizabethan theater, handsome, alcoholic, gay, occultist and spy. A dense, heady, animal and theatrical fragrance. From the first notes, the poisonous nectar of tuberose mixes with the opulence of osmanthus. The old-fashioned heart of dried flowers evokes tragic poetry. The base reveals notes of chypre and powdered leather.