Marie Eau De Parfum
Marie Eau de Parfum was inspired by the gardens of surrounding Versailles, specifically Le Petit Trianon, where Marie Antoinette would escape to shake off the burdens of her royalty.
Beautiful gardens filled with exotic flora, Le Petit Trianon serves as the theatrical backdrop for countless flowerbeds filled with both fragrant and stunning violets and roses. It was the perfect stage for Marie to dance upon as she entertained her closest friends.
This inspiration, an 18th Century French Garden, with all of its complexities, global aspirations and feminine allure, led Le Métier de Beauté to develop Marie. Designed as a feminine, complex fragrance with a modern-day Marie Antoinette in mind, Marie embodies today's dazzling, confident Renaissance woman.
Top Notes: Toulousian Violets, Gloire de Dijon Roses, Cognac essence of Sheer Wood Accord
Bottom Notes: Cedar and Silky Musk
Apply a light mist to clean, dry skin.
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