Armand Petitjean founder of Lancôme had a passion for noble fragrant essences and absolute values. Nearly 80 years later, Lancôme pays tribute to this spirit and expertise with a series of Maison Lancôme fragrances based on essential roses and ouds.
The new fragrance of this collection, Peut-Être, will be released in the spring of 2020. Reported as an ode to pleasure, the new creation is fresh but fiery, with a sensual and somewhat provocative fragrance (by brand). The heart of Damascus roses is confronted with the powdery subtlety of white musk and the amber tones of gasoline.
The original fragrance of Peut-Être was created in 1937 with notes of pink, lily and linden flowers. Perfumer Nathalie Lorson first reworked the composition in 2008 and included roses, iris, amber, and musk.
A precious perfume bottle made of glass and gold is decorated with a gold plate with printed Maison Lancôme doors. The door was inspired by the entrance to the secret garden of Armando Petitjean. Lancôme Peut-Être is available as a 100 ml perfume.