"Guy! Let's get married!" Bestselling novel by Germaine Acremant which won the National Prize for Literature in 1927, inspired the House Oriza L. Legrand at the height of his fame. Brought to the stage, the novel became a hit comedy, had numerous performances in Paris and in all European capitals. Thus in 1928 the House Oriza L. Legrand presents its new fragrance "Marions-Nous", both olfactory comedy and novel of rose water, through Baroness Chaillon. The subject of love and marriage, one is not always related to one another, "Marions-Nous" reveals the virginal scent of orange blossom, rose, jasmine and hyacinth. The game of propriety and (small) arrangements, the alliance is at its peak while the heart notes succumb to the powders of the carnation and iris and comforting accents of aldehydes and ylang-ylang. On the chessboard of love, consent, mutual if any, seal the pact ... and it gets caught in the nets of a sweet feeling. Tonka bean, musk Tonkin, civet and sandalwood perfumes sweet and cheerful ceremony ... "Guy! Let's get married!" ...
Perfume family: floral, aldeghydic
Top notes: orange blossom, rose, jasmine, hyacinthe
Heart notes: red carnation, clove, iris powder, aldeghydes, ylang-ylang
Base notes: tonka bean, civet, Tonkin musk, sandalwood