Taking its inspiration from the 1967 classic surreal film of the same name, Belle de Jour is a flip on the expected: in this fantasy, nights are for hearth & home and days are for erotic adventures. Our lady here is utterly, unapologetically feminine; confident and contemporary, she makes her entrance with jasmine and orange flower, their soft and inviting notes draped languorously across a bed of gentle musk, green coriander, and a sweetly spiced pink peppercorn. She’s pretty. She’s coquettish. But she’s not cutesy…she’s no pouty, wide-eyed ingénue. This charming creature is a mix of modern and classic that celebrates florals while elevating them with a barely-there hint of mystery.