Illuminum White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum Perfume.
Illuminum White Gardenia Petals is a women’s and men’s floral fragrance that was introduced in 2011. It opens with head notes of bergamot, lily, and cassis, then moves on to heart notes of jasmine, gardenia, lily-of-the-valley, and ylang-ylang. Amber and precious woods base notes close this composition, which is best worn on spring days.
This fragrance was one of sixteen released in the initial brand and product launch for Illuminum, founded
by Michael Boadi in 2011. The flacon, designed by Boadi, is minimal and square, representing the importance of the number four, from the number of sides of the shape to the four sets of fragrances under each of four olfactory groups. Boadi was also the nose for this scent, which was selected by Kate Middleton to wear on the day she married Prince William of the British royal family. While the early versions had a silver, squared cap, the new versions have an offset white cap.