The iconic fragrance of Le Galion, Sortilege was the signature perfume of the famous Stork Jazz Club in New York in the 1930s: Sortilege returns today in a composition faithful to its origins. A floral, aldehydic masterpiece, Sortilege is totally seductive and full of history. Sortilege displays an intense, mesmerizing trail of floral aldehydes. Initially, a soft blend of white flowers and Madagascan ylang-ylang are infused with (and aerated by) aldehydes, creating a bubbling, soft mousse somewhere between a souffle and a delicate champagne. But a pressure begins to build, until Sortilege explodes into bloom, revealing a richer floral bouquet at heart. Bewitching Egyptian jasmine, fruity, sweet mimosa, and rich, loukhoum-like Turkish rose are sustained by the mystical fairy dust of iris. Indonesian sandalwood and vetiver engineer a verdant balance, countering all the warm-toned floral colors of Sortilege. A background of downy musk and saline amber both counter and reinforce the expansive bloom of this scent. An intense fragrance of mythic proportions, the fine balance of Sortilege conveys perfect elegance. Feminine, refined and distinguished, this is the scent of a mysterious, confident person.
Lilly of the Valley, Lilac, Ylang-Ylang, Aldehydes, Jasmine, Mimosa, Narcissus, Rose, Iris, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Labdanum, Musk, Amber