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l'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela

l'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela
Gender: Unisex
Release date: 2011
Perfumer: Daniela Andrier

What Does l'eau (untitled) Smell Like

The opening scent of l'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela is a potent blend of green and fresh elements, imparting an aroma that is instantly bright and energetic. This is brought about by the combined influence of green, leafy galbanum and tangy lemon. Simultaneously, a sweet, tangy undertone of mandarin orange arises, fusing harmoniously with the minty freshness of spearmint and the mild, fruity aroma of buchu that brings an enticing, youthful flair.

As the initial vibrancy dissipates, the perfume transitions into its heart. Here again, the green scent of galbanum takes center stage, but is now joined by a subtly resinous mastic note, offering an earthy touch. This earthiness is beautifully complemented by the warm, sweet floral scent of orange blossom absolute, adding a mild yet captivating depth to the fragrance.

The base of the perfume reveals a softer, woody element. The musky scent of serenolide becomes apparent, softly intermingling with the earthy, slightly sweet aroma of patchouli. A gentle hint of frankincense lends a soothing, resinous warmth, concluding the olfactory journey with a calm and tranquil dry down. Overall, l'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela offers a scent experience that is a vibrant fusion of green, citrus, woody, and spicy notes.

Review of l'eau (untitled)

L'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela is a dynamic unisex fragrance that leans slightly more feminine. Its scent profile is a vibrant mix of green and fresh notes, complemented by a zesty citrus undertone. This composition brings to mind the rejuvenating sensation of dewy spring mornings and balmy summer days, making it an ideal choice for daytime wear. The woodsy and subtly spicy nuances add a touch of warmth and depth, preventing the scent from becoming overly crisp. However, it's the fleeting fruity hint that adds a playful twist to the overall composition. On the longevity front, this perfume holds its own, but don't expect it to last from dawn till dusk. Similarly, its sillage is modest, making it a good choice for those who prefer a more personal scent. For those seeking a vibrant, fresh fragrance with a hint of complexity, L'eau (untitled) by Maison Margiela is worth considering.

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