There is an olfactive family, a perfume territory, which is traditionally emblematic of men; the Fern. It is this same fern that awakens in us the memory of the one who gave us our first romantic thrill. The first fresh and incisive rhubarb note is what makes L’Art De La Guerre or ‘The Art Of War’ stand out. Then, perfumer Vanina Muracciole infused the genius of a “clean” note for a handsome man who shaves himself, takes care of himself, perfumes himself. And at last, the long-awaited fern, slightly tinted by smoked immortal flowers, but woody and spicy.