L'Eau D'Hiver Eau De Toilette 30ml
Frédéric Malle’s L'Eau D'Hiver Eau De Toilette is a fragrance entirely one's own, clean, crisp, but also warm. The transparency of water bonds with the softness of white heliotrope, iris and honey for the gentlest composition imaginable. Perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena set out to create the first Eau Chaude, pushing his understated, minimalist style beyond traditional boundaries. Here, he fuses the two extremes of the olfactive spectrum into a mellow, fragile fragrance of a new kind.
Born into a family of perfumers from Grasse, Jean-Claude Ellena was introduced to the art of developing fragrances as a teenager. Self-taught, he defines his creations as a "poetry of memory." Everyday smells – wax floors, clean sheets, skin, an old sweater – are his greatest inspiration. His signature is simple, minimalist and modern, with his style often compared to watercolours or chamber music.
Combining beauty, simplicity and convenience, the 30ml spray offers Frédéric Malle’s signature uncompromising perfume in a compact size whilst drawing aesthetic inspiration from 20th century conceptual art and modernist design. In the spirit of Bauhaus, form follows function: a simple black cylinder in high shine polyethylene plastic with a matte anodised metal centre and magnetic cap. A most practical host for perfumes, both at home and on the go.
Top note: bergamot
Base notes: iris, hawthorn, heliotrope
£28.33 per 10.00ml
SKU No.: BS754450
Style No.: 754450
How to Use
Frédéric Malle believes people should spray perfume where they wish to do so. Some people wear them on their neck or under their wrist, while others prefer to splash or spray fragrances on their chest. Layering across scents is not recommended as our perfumes are each an olfactive work of art, crafted to stand alone and apart.
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