Japanese prince Asaka Yasuhiko commissioned René Lalique to create four large glass doors for his palace which later became Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. The principal motif reveals the love that René Lalique devoted to women and flowering plants.
An olfactory declaration of love is revealed through the freshness of Bergamot, followed by the elegant tenderness of Rosebud and the delicacy of Neroli. The heart notes enrich the fragrance with a bouquet of white flowers: Tuberose, Gardenia and Jasmine. At its dry-down, warm and dry Cedarwood and smooth Sandalwood settle on a bed of addictive Musks.