Dior J'Adore Voile de Parfum (2013): Scent From the Hills of Tuscany {New Perfume}


Dior released a new flanker to the house pillar perfume, J'Adore. The latest iteration is called J'Adore Voile de Parfum. This is however more than just being about a more mist-like concentration. In fact, the name is somewhat misleading as it uses a generic phrase to allude to a more re-thought textural work done within the original composition basing itself on the addition of iris...

This is a "new interpretation", as the brand underline, showcasing precious iris from Tuscany together with Damascus rose and white musks which were whipped up in a way to feel both "carnal and powdery". 

Perfumer François Demachy had the idea of adding the powdery, woodsy and green tonalities of orris to J'Adore seeking to create a new level of sensuality which is designed to be experienced as an enveloping sensation. But there was also the quest here for a comforting feeling by bringing out the "warm bread" facet of iris. The original formula is by perfumer Calice Becker and Demachy has readily said how much he admires it as he's been deconstructing it over the years. 

The flacon remains the same where the shape is concerned. Its glass however has been coated with a light iridescent glaze to metaphorically mirror the key ingredient in the new juice. 

Actress Charlize Theron continues to be the face of the fragrance.

Prices are 71€ for 50 ml and 101,90€ for 100 ml of eau de toilette. 

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