Wearing an exquisite Elie Saab Haute Couture gown, we find our heroine walking in the imperial gardens of Paris, with a quiet confidence, which further highlights her innate royal nature. Paris, the city which she identifies most with in her international escapades, unfolds before her under the soft rays of sun, while she wanders in the gardens of Palais-Royal, a place which holds many evanescent memories for her.

A couturier of the sublime, Elie Saab invented a world of timeless femininity for his first fragrance, with a unique promise: to bring the exceptional into everyday life.

Today, eight years after the launch of ELIE SAAB Le Parfum, the Couturier offers a noble interpretation of his signature scent.

 

The new Royal scent

A radiant ode to femininity, ELIE SAAB’s Orange Blossom and Patchouli signature is reinvented by Maïa Lernout. Trained by Francis Kurkdjian, who authored the original Le Parfum EDP, the young perfumer interprets Elie Saab’s vision of modern royalty with an ambery floral chypre.

In the top notes, the fragrance glitters with Mandarin Essence, shedding its light on a radiant accord.

The noble heart of the scent unveils two facets of the Queen of flowers, Turkish Rose Absolute and Bulgarian Rose, with precious Lebanese Neroli, distilled from orange blossoms grown in the Couturier’s homeland.

A regal trail of suede-smooth Indonesian Patchouli Essence and creamy Indian Sandalwood Essence blends with Amber and Vanilla into a majestic, long-lasting silage.

 

 

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