As ink soaks into a sheet of white paper, shadows emerge. Worlds are invented. L'Eau Papier celebrates the power of the imagination – that moment, suspended in time, when ink, paper and the hand become one. An encounter made perfume, plunging us into the heart of musk and its multiple facets. Musk evolves, changes, expresses itself over time and from one skin to another, just as ink saturates paper, assuming its texture to conjure up dreams and images.
In L'Eau Papier, white musks are delicately faceted by an accord of rice steam, evoking the grain of the paper. To these are added luminous notes of mimosa, while a backdrop of blonde wood tones grounds L'Eau Papier in the material itself.
In this eau de toilette, the perfumer used Grasse mimosa, a variety that has been cultivated since 1865. Its downy yellow flowers bloom in February on the hills around the town of Grasse, offering a stunning sight scented with sunny, floral and honeyed notes.