Oriza L.Legrand Marions Nous Eau de Parfum
"Gay! Let's get married!", Germaine Acremant's best-selling novel, which won the National Literature Prize in 1927, inspired the Maison Oriza L. Legrand to the height of its glory.
Brought to the stage, the novel became a successful comedy, had many performances in Paris and in all European capitals.
Thus, in 1928, the Maison Oriza L. Legrand presented its new fragrance "Marions-nous", both an olfactory comedy and a novel with rose water, through Baronne Chaillon.
From the subject of love and marriage, one not always tied to the other, "Let's get married" reveals the virgin scents of orange blossom, rose, jasmine and hyacinth .
At the game of propriety and (small) arrangements, the alliance is at its peak while the heart notes succumb to the powders of the Carnation and Iris and the comforting accents of Aldehydes and Ylang-Ylang.
On the chessboard of Love, consent, mutual if any, seals the pact ... and one lets oneself be caught in the nets of a sweet feeling.
Tonka bean, Musk Tonkin, Civet, and Sandal embellish the sweet and cheerful ceremony ... "Gai! Let's get married!" ...
Let's get married! by Oriza L. Legrand in 1928.
Orange Blossom, Rose, Jasmine & Hyacinth.
NOTES OF HEART
Red carnation, Clove, powdered Iris, Aldehydes and Ylang-Ylang.
Tonka Bean, Civet, Tonkin Musk and Sandalwood.