Nina Ricci will launch a limited edition variation on L'Air du Temps this March. The new fragrance will be called L'Eau du Temps:
Developed by Givaudan, the citrusy and spicy juice contains mandarin, orange and bergamot, blackcurrant, peppercorn and coriander.
The bouquet pays homage to gardenia, the signature flower of L'Air du Temps, as well as carnation, jasmine, ylang ylang and tuberose. The fragrance is warmed by amber, musk and Georgian wood.