LEN histoire privée - Jeux Dangereux
The Jules Verne restaurant in the Eiffel Tower is the setting for the story of Jeux Dangereux, the dangerous game! During a business dinner that is otherwise rather sad, a young secret agent is introduced to the businessman who is in Paris on business. She is the contrast to the previous course of his journey, exciting and unfathomable, and so he hardly manages to take his eyes off her during the rest of the evening.
When he gets close enough to her, he perceives her breathtaking scent: fresh, fruity chords of bergamot and grapefruit, a floral heart note of rose and jasmine, resting on a base of warm wood notes and vanilla, cast a spell over him. He looks at the little blue butterfly tattooed on her shoulder blade and decides to summon up all his courage...in fact she agrees and they arrange to meet at her hotel!
About LEN histoire privée
A family recipe passed down through generations, once given as a gift to her great-great-grandmother, forms the basis of the histoire privée fragrance line, created by Yelena Countess Artuchovkaja von Olnhausen. Under the brand name LEN, which goes back to the name of the giver, she had fragrances created that - each in its own way - tell a love story. Some of them are based on true events, others are fictional, but all of them have a connection to a specific city in common and represent a key to the realm of memories. This symbolic key is reflected in the LEN logo. The distinctive symbols of the city where a fragrance "plays" decorate the packaging and, like the flacons, were designed by Thierry de Baschmakoff.