Vouloir être ailleurs. C.G.

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In 1915, D'ORSAY created Tilleul, which quickly became the House's most popular fragrance. In 1995, the Maison decided to renew the fragrance and called upon the talented Olivia Giacobetti who, while remaining faithful to the initial perfume, gave it a certain modernity.

Its new version, Vouloir être ailleurs. C.G. is, like Tilleul, an ode to Nature. The fragrance is constructed like an infusion of linden whose tranquility would not be disturbed by anything.

The top notes of this floral fragrance are lemon leaves that bring freshness and luminosity.

In the heart, the linden accord that forms the backbone of the fragrance bringing transparency and a sweetness very slightly honeyed, barely sweet.

At the base, acacia wood brings depth and elegance to the fragrance. A duo composed of beeswax absolute and cut hay reinforces the floral notes and allows them to stretch to the base notes.

This work led by the master perfumer has made Vouloir être ailleurs. C.G. an iconic fragrance and one of the best-sellers of our Maison.

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A veritable ode to nature, the fragrance was created like an infusion of lime blossom, with nothing to disturb its tranquility.




French perfumer Olivia Giacobetti is considered one of the most talented perfumers of her generation.

She has worked for such prestigious perfume houses as Diptyque, Hermès, l'Artisan Parfumeur, Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle and Maison D'ORSAY, for whom she created the Eau de Toilette Vouloir être ailleurs. C.G. and her associated candle 06:20 Où tu sais.