Directly inspired by the Lanvin catwalks, the new Jeanne Couture perfume features all the fashion brilliance of the House of Lanvin. Representing a new interpretation of Jeanne Lanvin, the perfume hit launched in 2008, Jeanne Couture offers a sophisticated variation. Bolder, more sensual, this fragrance is for the self assured woman. This sparkling fruity floral scent exudes elegance. Tangy raspberry and dewy violet leaves lead to voluptuous peony and magnolia, and the woody sensuality of musk and cedarwood lends the fragrance a rounded finish. The bottle seems to be bathed in a deep purple glow, creating a dip dye effect. The grosgrain ribbon, a trademark used throughout Lanvin fashion, is placed around the bottle's neck, for a playful nod to the creator Alber Elbaz's bow tie.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KDW17 Timeless warm scent
I suppose the top note that you first notice about this scent is violet, which some may think of as old-fashioned. But this is not an old fashioned perfume. Instead, it is timeless and adult - not mature, but not for teens. If you like warm florals but would like a change from rose notes, try this - you won't regret it.