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J’ai l’air de ce que je suis. J.R.

J’ai l’air de ce que je suis. J.R.

Eau de toilette

Mandarin, Bergamot, Narcissus, Musk

A Floral, Musky fragrance that evokes caring love, imagined by Karine Chevallier for D’ORSAY.

An ideal companion for a getaway, our travel format will follow you throughout all your adventures. J.R. combines the freshness of Mandarin, the delicacy of Narcissus and the reassurance of Musk. This fragrance delivers on its promise of a delicate yet serene relationship. Restful, not restive, for a change.

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Regular price 45,00€
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Good to know

  • → Unisex
  • → Floral Musk
  • → Delicate
  • → Best-seller
  • → Sustainable Packaging

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For any purchase of a perfume, receive a free sample* to discover the fragrance before you wear it or give it as a gift. You can then return your unopened bottle, within 14 days, for a refund.

*Within the limits of available stocks.

Olfactory Notes

Head : Clementine, Italian Bergamot, Cardamom
Heart : Violet leaves, Lilac, Iris, French Narcissus flowers
Base : Sandalwood, Cedar, Musk, Moss


D’ORSAY perfumes are made in France, respecting our heritage and know-how for 200 years.

The transparent bottle is characterized by its sleek shape echoing our non-gendered perfumes, its cap is magnetic and engraved.


AAlcohol Denat. (SD Alcohol 39-C), Aqua (Water/eau), Parfum (Fragrance), Linalool, Limonene, Geraniol, Alpha-isomethyl Ionone, Coumarin, Citral, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Benzyl Alcohol, BHT. 81% Vol.

Use and Care

A perfume is worn, vaporized and reveals itself as a state of love, revealing its notes little by little as a charming secret that belongs only to you.

Each pulsation of your heart accentuates the expression of this fragrance in your wrists, elbows, neck and neck. Remember to spray your perfume in these places.

Avoid rubbing your wrists once the perfume has been sprayed. Instead, let it develop. If you rub your wrists you will change its original intent.

External use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not apply to irritated or freshly shaved skin.

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J’ai l’air de ce que je suis. J.R.

The words of the

"The structure of this fragrance is based around a heart made from absolute narcissus, which is one of the most beautiful raw materials in a perfumer’s palette. I used both its manly Woody and Leathery side and its feminine Floral facade but also an intangible and dreamlike aspect that is a bit Musky and a bit Milky that ties everything together in harmony."

Karine Chevallier



Of Love

“J’ai l’air de ce que je suis” reveals itself only to those who are worthy. J.R. invites a tête-à-tête, up-close and in person. Simple, fresh, discreet. Citrusy, delicate, woody. J.R. is not desperate to seduce, entertain or spend all its time being vain. It has a kind of restraint which goes against the tide. Restful, not restive, for a change.

J’ai l’air de ce que je suis. J.R.


Launched in 2019, the J.R. fragrance quickly became one of the House’s best sellers. This eau de toilette with unique notes of Clementine, Narcisse and Musc designed by Karine Chevallier is of absolute tenderness. J.R. as « Just Real »  because it is a perfume made of sincerity, which does not show any artifice. What you saw is there, uncovered, simple, frank, benevolent. This perfume will make sure not to upset your heart.
J’ai l’air de ce que je suis. J.R.


D'ORSAY imagines special fragrances, evoking the universality of the state of love and exploring its many facets: caring love, free, paradoxical, ardent, adventurous, tender, striking, impulsive, sincere, spiritual, secret, tactile, unwavering… D'ORSAY perfumes are designed for couples, echoing the first historic fragrance designed in 1830 by Alfred d'Orsay for him and Marguerite Blessington. Each creation is named after an index sentence, signed with the initials of a personality whose identity is left to the imagination of each.