In 1957, a love story of scent was written by Madame Carven when she created a men's fragrance for her first husband, Philippe Mallet, called Vetiver. Known as perfumery's first scent to bank on this rare, raw material as its signature, Vetiver is a purely refined juice that's intensely addictive. It's now repackaged in a magnetic neon-green lacquered packaging, channeling Madame Carven's most beloved hue. Notes: - Top: bergamot, grapefruit, lemongrass. - Middle: lavender, geranium, orange blossom. - Base: cedar, sandalwood, benzoin, vetiver.
- By Carven; made in France.