With J’adore Voile de Parfum comes a whole new way to perfume oneself: it offers a moment that's for you alone, invoking a delicate and sensual gesture, evoking the delicacy of silk, like a perfumed link with the couture of Christian Dior.
Its mist, intense and soft at the same time, alludes to the graceful movement of a hand fan. It rises upon contact with the air, then settles, directly on the skin. J’adore Voile de Parfum bears a name appropriate to its image: it covers without constricting, it scents with subtlety. Its a perfume whose notes linger for a long time on the skin, keeping themselves all for the wearer.
To design a second-skin fragrance, François Demachy, Dior's perfumer-creator, reinterpreted the floral handwriting of J’adore , combining Tuscan iris, Damask rose and white musks. A harmony of notes at once both powdery and powerful, soft and sensual, lapping the skin like a previous veil.