YSL’s Eau de Toilette takes the iconic Libre fragrance and reimagines it lighter and fresher than before. Staying true to the original, Lavender and Orange Blossom carry the scent while White Tea brings a softer accent to this light floral encapsulation of femininity and youth. Carrying the ‘Libre’ namesake, it characterises an untamed freedom of choice and expression.
Presenting a shifting duality that lingers somewhere between coolness and warmth, the perfume celebrates YSL’s signature olfactory tension. It marries the Orange Blossom’s smouldering heat with the crispness of White Tea, an androgynous accord that adds a contemporary edge with a brighter, clearer presence. Expertly crafted by perfumers Anne Flipo and Carlos Benaïm, the fragrance is a masterful triumph from the surface to the trail.
Housed in a bottle that reflects the power within, it pays homage to YSL’s role in designing the first tuxedo for women. Influenced by the original bottle, the Eau de Toilette’s vessel is similarly detailed with logo hardware in a new rose-gold tone finish to reflect a fresher, more sensual interpretation.