Ateliers Des Ors - Riviera Collection - Riviera Drive
The beauty and timeless elegance of the Côte d'Azur - Caught in RIVIERA DRIVE - An expression of hedonism, escapism and moments that inspire the soul.
The mythical picturesque ride along the coast of the Côte d'Azur, so vividly captured in Hitchcock's "To Catch a Thief", starring Grace Kelly and Cary Grant, was the inspiration for Riviera Drive. A route that goes from Menton to chic St Tropez, to the majestic Cap d'Ail, Saint-Jean-Cap- Ferrat and Cap d'Antibes. The long and meandering streets of the Côte d'Azur with a wide lake view are so fascinating because of the natural beauty of the view. The warm air stands for escapism and the scent of absolute freedom.
Riviera Drive captures these moments with an invigorating scent of fresh herbs and a dash of lemon to bring out the splendid panorama of the coast. The spirit of adventure and the aromatic scent of the protective umbrella pine envelops you. The energy of intoxicating absinths and the spiritual virtues of patchouli intensify the intensity.
A stimulating experience and a fragrance to remember for a long time to come.
The RIVIERA COLLECTION is an inspiring line of three fragrances with a light, radiant, refreshing and fascinating signature. The Côte d'Azur is the flagship of this new collection. A charming region that has inspired many artists, writers and musicians for decades. Wide sea views, azure waters, a vibrant colour palette, different natural landscapes and the traces of classic glamour. Magic moments of the 50s, 60s and 70s. A time when elegance, charm and simple pleasures were abundant. Postcards of a bygone era that promises beauty and sophistication with eternal days and nights.
THE FRAGRANCE STORY
The convertible nestles in the curves of the winding coastal road. Below, the azure blue sea unfolds, contrasted by an emerald green carpet of umbrella pines. Jackie sat in the passenger seat wearing a loosely wrapped scarf, the warm air streaming over her face. For a moment the sea disappeared from view as they drove past charming villas overlooking the water. Through gaps in the high hedges, one could catch a glimpse of magnificent gardens bordered by cliffs. The sea reappeared, decorated with a vivid blue, as in a painting by Yves Klein, Jackie brooded. In the distance, Cap Ferrat sank into the breathtaking bay. The light breeze of the Julin afternoon was filled with the symphonic scent of conifers and aromatic herbs. They would have preferred never to have arrived, then the dream could have gone on, on this road that is so inseparably connected with the Côte d'Azur.