Guerlain Vol De Nuit Eau de Parfum for Her
Vol de Nuit or ‘night-flying’ was created in 1933. It was named after Antoine Saint Exupery’s second novel ‘Night Flight’, a fragrant story of love and romance of the first years of aviation. The dark amber colored bottle has a relief of a moving aircraft propeller.
The composition is based on balance between the woodsy and cold notes, as nothing else could more staunchly impress the depth of the dark skies and feeling of ascending.
The top notes are bergamot, galbanum and petit grain;
The heart reveals jasmine, daffodil and spices;
The base combines earthy woods, iris, vanilla, amber and woodsy notes.