A small bottle of fragrance found in the archives of Le Galion. An unsigned creation dating from 1930-1935 left forgotten in a box.
A new page in the history of the House of Le Galion opens with a bridge between the past and the future. A re-interpretation of this lost formula - unleashing a mysterious and sensual fragrance creation built around an amber oriental accord.
222 has a surprisingly soft opening with its mix of violet flowers and slightly sweet wood from the Kashmir. The contrast within this fragrance comes from the antique blending of aromatic balsamic, myrrh and styrax, contrasted with modern wisps of white musk. Sweet balsamic notes extend until the finish, allowing the wearer to discover the traditional subtlety of sandalwood and the refinement of leather.
Perfume family: oriental, fougere, woody
Top note: violet, cashmere wood
Heart notes: lavender, geranium, styrax, myrrh
Base notes: coumarin, oakmoss, cedarwood, sandalwood, vanilla, leather