Jil Sander Sun Bath by Jil Sander Perfume. Sweet, airy Jil Sander Sun Bath lets you experience the warm, radiant aromas of summertime all year long.
Released in 2002, the perfume blends aquatic ingredients with flowers and fruits for a delectable composition that leaves you feeling refreshed and joyous. Aquatic accords mix with watermelon-scented calone for a watery, slightly sugary opening. This subtle start is brightened by creamy freesia and velvety pink pepper. The floral notes infuse a
lovely dreaminess into the composition. Heart notes of ylang-ylang, orange blossom, and rose intoxicate the senses with a spicy, fruity undertone. Exuberant solar notes shine at the base, joined by warm tonka bean and vanilla. Enjoy a day at the beach without leaving home when you wear this light, sun-inspired perfume.
Jil Sander established her eponymous fashion house in 1968. She is known for her minimalist designs. Phillipe Bousseton is the nose behind this perfume. It is packaged in a simple bottle that lets the cool, refreshing blue color of the liquid take center stage.
German born Jil Sander was educated as a textile engineer and had worked as a fashion editor before opening her first boutique in 1967 at age 24. She sold the wares of Thierry Mugler and Sonia Rykiel, mixed with a few of her own designs until founding her own house the next year. Sander’s first collection, which was shown in Paris in 1975, was a failure as her minimalist look, which emphasized fabric quality, was in direct contrast to the...
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