Nina Ricci has created a new, limited-edition of L'Air du Temps called L'Air du Temps Eau Sublime, out on time for Christmastime...
Perfumer Calice Becker of Givaudan signs the reinterpretation of the classic carnation-inflected composition from 1948. She brings out sensual and solar facets of the original perfume, while proposing a more contemporary olfactory style.
According to the brand, this is the first time that L'Air du Temps is available in a seasonal variation; while out for fall-winter 2016, it evokes summertime.
The eau de parfum now has added white-floral facets, including a solar tuberose, contrasted with the freshness and crispness of Yuzu. Another note, which contributes to the modernity of the ephemeral fragrance, is musk.
The guiding vision for the scent was to imagine the sensual satisfaction and feeling of relaxation of a woman, whose skin is getting tanned in the sun.
L'Air du Temps Eau Sublime is available in 100 ml for 105,47€.