Love In Idleness by Atkinsons Perfume. Created by the internationally renowned perfume design company that was originally established in 1799, Love
in Idleness Atkinsons is an ethereal, dew-dropped blend that is intensely feminine. Love in Idleness was first introduced in 2015, and was created by the artist Fabrice Pellegrin. This utterly traditional yet innovative and subtle fragrance draws its inspiration from a neo-Victorian sensibility. Top notes of fresh violet leaf and garden raspberries
merge into a heady bouquet of powdery violet flower laced with fragrant iris, heliotrope and orris. Base notes of woody moss oak and sensual, exotic patchouli round out this layered fragrance to produce a seductive chypre style finish that lingers seductively.
James Atkinson opened his original soap and perfume shop in London, in 1799. In 1826 he became the royal family's personal perfumer. Today the label has 46 diverse perfumes created by designers such as Violaine Collas, Maurice Roucel, Benoist Lapouza, Francis Deleamont and Amandine Clerc-Marie.