Delicately perched on the “Chalice of life” jewelry piece, created in 1965, the butterfly decorating the bottle is an invitation by the Master Perfumer to take off on an imaginary flight in the wake of a sweet, light and evanescent fragrance. This enticing metamorphosis becomes iridescent and powdery, shimmering with rosy peach. Gently unfolding its wings, this sensitive scent envelops us, only to trap us in its net. At the heart of its immaculate white flowers (Indian tuberose, lily of the valley, white lily) lie a game of chance and a promise of happiness. Meanwhile, the radiance of North African orange blossom absolute intensifies. This joyful flower is steeped in contrast: in equal parts fresh and cheerful, sensual and indulgent, poetic and endearing. It is innocent, but becomes carnal when it joins cedar wood under a veil of white musks. Like the butterfly of life, in love with light, our heart and soul are won over by this brilliant and sensual trail, taking flight on a dreamlike journey.