A scent of the open air
In 1920, Mademoiselle bought a house in Garches - considered a pastoral paradise by Parisians at the time. With its beige roughcast and black shutters, Bel Respiro, nicknamed "coconut", soon became a place that welcomed friends and artists.
Its fragrance evokes a romantic spring: a light breeze, the scent of freshly cut grass, the first sunny daffodils. A pretty herb and vegetable garden releases scents of the French garrigue, accompanied by aromas of thyme, rosemary and basil. A tender and idyllic bouquet.
Available in Fashion Boutiques and Espaces Parfums.