The fragrance is announced as a “plumetes” version of the original, light and airy. “Plummets”, drawing meaning from the French word for feather, is a fine and lightweight fabric woven with dots or figures on a plain background, having a feather or embroidered effect.
Mon Paris Eau de Toilette retains the “white chypre” olfactory signature of the original. Intoxicating datura flower that ruled the EDP edition becomes more airy in the new version, with its top notes mixing bergamot, blackberry, raspberry and pink pepper. The floral heart includes notes of datura, white peony, sambac jasmine and orange blossom. The base consists of patchouli from Guatemala, synthetic cashmere, ambrox and white musk. Like the original, the Eau de Toilette is also developed by the perfume trio of Olivier Cresp, Harry Fremont and Dora Baghriche.
The bottle retains its design of multi-faceted massive glass enhanced by a lavallière with a plumetes finish, knotted at the top. The ribbon is softer, designed from a fishnet mesh. The fragrance is available as a 30, 50 and 90 ml Eau de Toilette.
Mon Paris Eau de Toilette was launched in 2017.
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