Charmingly unpredictable, Lady Blanche is idolised by all society – born into money, married money, wants more money – she is the aristo-chic. At first encounter, fresh, fragrant, sweet and light – she is a floral narcotic, conjuring an English country garden’s hyacinth and – lest we forget – narcissus. And those perfect blooms almost mask her thorny sharpness beneath. A veritable gem – she sparkles, with hard corners.
Consider yourself warned therefore that her bite is worse than her bark – and Lord George should take note. Lady Blanche is the leopard of this house. Sleek, powerful and stealthy – perhaps with deadly intent…
For those in-the-know.
A refined and delicate scent with the astute wisdom of an impeccable matriarch. A woody floral with discretion and finesse, a discerning look from the nobility. Contrasted and green, an opening of angelica provides both lightness and depth. With the unexpected and modest floralcy of the daffodil in the heart, an astonishing and spicy ginger flower lends an element of excitement to the atmosphere of good taste. Exquisite and secretive.
Top notes of Daffodil
Heart notes of Angelica Seeds
Base notes of Ginger Flower
Scent Type Soft Floral
Perfumer Daphne Bugey