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Byredo Lil Fleur

“I feel that perfume often tries to capture one idea or one emotion. Lil Fleur is about capturing a complex personality, one we can all recognise. As a brother to a sister and a father to a daughter, in my experience it does not get more beautiful and interesting than the personalities of a young spirit.”

Ben Gorham, Creative Director and Founder, BYREDO

Inspired by a heady, surging world of youthful emotions, both happy and sad, and with a great debt to music, the scent is ultimately an interpretation of promise and potential, audaciousness and sincerity.

At its heart is a Damascena Rose, sparkling, crisp and enveloping in its sweetness. Top notes of cassis and tangerine, add to the crisp sparkle. While saffron soothes in its warm tones. Blonde woods, amber and vanilla, add notes of sophistication at the base of the fragrance.

Top: Saffron, Cassis, Tangerine
Heart: Leather, Damascena Rose (oil)
Base: Amber, Blonde Woods, Vanilla

We recommend pairing or layering the scent with complimentary floral notes. Our top picks are below:

Rose of No Man’s Land

The nickname given by soldiers to the nurses who saved thousands of lives during WWI. The scent is tribute to selflessness and compassion.

Top: Pink Pepper, Turkish Rose Petals
Heart: Raspberry Blossom, Turkish Rose Absolute
Base: Papyrus, White Amber

Blanche

"The idea for Blanche is, as the name suggests, built around my perception of the colour white. For the first time I actually made a fragrance for and with a specific person in mind. I wanted to capture her innocent and untainted side, with a fragrance almost transparent in nature. Blanche also represents an appreciation for classic beauty. The fragrance is pure and simple in structure but extreme in character." - Ben Gorham, founder

Top: Aldehyde, Pink Pepper, White Rose
Heart: Neroli, Peony, Violet
Base: Blonde Woods, Musk, Sandalwood

La Tulipe

When tulips start blooming, it is the sign that Spring has sprung. With the dull days of winter at an end, gardens come to life with bold colors and clean-cut shapes. Tulips may not be the first flowers you would think of as being fragrant, but a number are definitely sweet-smelling.

Top: Cyclamen, Freesia, Rhubarb
Heart: Tulip
Base: Blonde Woods, Vetiver

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