Jean Paul Gaultier wanted his new fragrance to be different, disconcerting, exuberant, supremely elegant and extremely modern. This is why he decided that tuberose should constitute his fragrant composition. Under a shower of gold, the elegant and exuberant couture scent blends elegance and modernity. The entire scent is composed around tuberose, a rare and precious flower that is both voluptuous and unforgettable. The ultrafeminine, scent is composed of:
Top notes of sweet orange and raspberry leaves
Heart notes of tuberose, pimento berries, and pink peppercorns
Base notes of cedar wood, violet wood and crystalline musks.