The French fragrance home purchased and relaunched in 2014 by Nicolas Chabot has signed an unique license settlement with The Ava Gardner Belief  to relaunch L’Astre, a legendary perfume created for the non-public and unique use of the Hollywood star by Paul Vacher (co-creator of Arpège and Miss Dior), which on the time was the perfumer and proprietor of the model.
Certainly, the actress and Le Galion had been inextricably linked on the finish of the Fifties, when she turned an envoy for the model and the face of Sortilège, a fragrance tribute to extravagant events and the signature scent of Fifties excessive society. On the finish of their collaboration, Paul Vacher composed L’Astre, a tailored perfume that remained non-public for many years.
The licensing settlement covers the creation, manufacturing (with Givaudan) and distribution of a recent reedition of L’Astre. The mission was made potential because of the contribution of the Ava Gardner Property and its heirs who supplied entry to their archives.
Created by Rodrigo Florès-Roux, this new model of L’Astre is, in keeping with the perfumer, a “giant, exuberant and magnetic floral.” After a catchphrase product of sensual spices, the perfumer labored on “a spectacular floral accord” product of white flowers, earlier than persevering with with an amber, heat and enveloping background.
Born in 1930, Le Galion quickly met worldwide success because of a number of iconic perfumes composed by Paul Vacher, together with Sortilège (1936), Particular For Gentleman (1947) and Eau Noble (1972).
L’Astre will likely be unveiled to the general public on February 1, 2023: www.legalionparfums.com