Launched in 2015, Un Peu d’Amour expresses how it feels to be truly happy. Tender, warm notes are the majority in this artful, romantic composition. Orange is a sweet, subtle introduction to the white florals we’ll shortly experience, this sweet-tart fruit slightly spicy and floral in and of itself. Magnolia is a cream-colored star of scent, it’s mauve-ish center exhaling a unique fragrance that is slightly heady, yet intensely green fragrance–like linden blossoms minus the fresh-nut associations. Jasmine is intently indolic, an earthy nude who stands before us as beautiful and boldly bare as the day she came into being. Conversely, lily-of-the-valley is gleaming and clean, a floral so neat and shiny it reflects the other blooms in its vicinity and refracting their flowing energies through its own tautly tailored structure. Vanilla is a calming presence, a bittersweet, sparkling, black liquid that offsets the creams and whites of this satin scent. Sandalwood invisibly grounds this romantic reverie, a lightweight wood that is surprisingly sturdy as a founding structure. Un Peu d’Amour is a scented testament to the sense of completion a little love can inspire.