My first-ever, favourite bed-time stories were written by Johanna Spyri about Heidi. I fell asleep, imagining the sensations of running barefoot across Summer-sunlit meadows of the Swiss alps, chasing goats and picking wild-flowers. This perfume is how I imagined that might smell.
The original Fleurs Sauvages was an early 2015 TRNP release. This reformulated version is a luminous green floral with exquisite sillage, and a longevity that behaves like an Eau de Toilette.
Fleurs Sauvages (21) focuses on florals grown in bitterly cold, high altitudes to convey windswept fields of wild flowers. This more-sophisticated version has had the sweetness dialed right down, to showcase the bracing bitter snap of wildflowers grown in alpine meadows. Featured Notes include:- white Grapefruit, Croatian Immortelle, German Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, Blue Tansy, Kashmir wild-crafted Lavender, Russian Lavender, Broom, Clary Sage and Galbanum.
The lush green hue of this elegant fragrance is due to the inclusion of an intensely deep, royal blue batch of German Chamomile as well as the gorgeous cerulean blue of Blue Tansy. The fragrance, as it shines in the crystal flacons, appears like the freshly squeezed juice of glittering emeralds. Perfect in Spring warmth and Summer heat, it is cooling and deeply comforting.