Libre, the new member of the maison's emblematic perfume family, which celebrates the history of the firm, but with an approach aimed at the modern woman who dares to be truly authentic. With a scent that exudes sensuality and sophistication, this enigmatic eau de parfum is a true reinvention of floral perfume. In it, the essence of lavender from France is fused together with the sensuality of the orange blossom of Morocco, a favorite place of the iconic designer Yves Saint Laurent. Belonging to the oriental fougère olfactory family, the top notes are a fruity bomb of mandarin and black currants that go hand in hand with the essence of lavender and petit grain, combined with the sensuality of jasmine, cedar, amber and a daring notes of musk and Madagascar vanilla that give it a long-lasting line.
Free, it is encapsulated in a glass bottle that evokes a daring couture dress, decorated with gold chains around the neck in an ode to the iconic YSL it-bags, with the timeless logo of the brand.
Two perfumers were in charge of creating this luxurious fragrance: Anne Flipo, French-born perfumer, and Carlos Benaïm, IFF Master perfumer from Tangier. Both joined their experience and talent to create an essence that provokes all kinds of emotions and conveys the spirit of the French house.