Peach tones.

The Birth of Venus (French: Naissance de Venus) by the French artist Alexandre Cabanel, 1863.


Lavender eyeshadow.

Christina Aguilera at the launch of her perfume "Inspire" at Macy's Glendale Galleria. California, 2008.



L’Air du Temps by Nina Ricci.

L'Air du Temps Eau de Parfum by Nina Ricci (1948).

L’Air du Temps was created in 1948 by Nina Ricci's son, Robert Ricci and master perfumer Francis Fabron as an ode to femininity and a post-war mood of peace. A beautiful perfume that reminds me a lot of Chanel Nº5 and Chanel Nº22, but slightly more innocent and ethereal.

Top Notes:
Carnation, aldehydes, rose, neroli, Brazilian rosewood, peach, bergamot.

Heart Notes:
Carnation, clothes, gardenia, jasmine, ylang-ylang, rose, violet, orris root, rosemary, orchid.

Base Notes:
Spices, iris, oakmoss, musk, sandalwood, benzoin, amber, vetiver, cedar.