Kenzo entrusted the fragrance creation to Francis Kurkdjian. "It opens with a surge of flowers by the armful, from petals to bouquets, with bursts of sweetness... It's a brilliant fragrance, with a lively sparkling trail, a crazy rock nectar with an intoxicating scent that titillates the nose. A shot of energy that benefits the soul." The key note of the fragrance is Ambroxan: "Ambroxan gives the flowers the enticing quality that we need to fogret them as such. It's a bit like the sfumato in the paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, when you juxtapose power. It acts like the fog, when the mist blurs the contours of things all around, and we only recognize their hazy outline."