Eau Fabuleuse by Leonard Perfume. Launched in 2001, Eau Fabuleuse by creator Christophe Raynaud surrounds you with the floral aroma of an afternoon
tea in a clandestine garden. The bouquet of lemon, peony and lotus top notes puts you at ease while the sandalwood and tea base draws you in as if it has a secret to tell you. This playful dialogue of brightness and mystery makes you feel like the truly fabulous woman you are.
Leonard is a French designer that began as a design house for haute
couture in 1958. The company introduced its first perfumes in 1970. Christophe Raynaud, Roger Pellegrino and Olivier Pescheux are only a few of the perfumers with whom the design house collaborates to create its fragrance base of 15 perfumes. Eau Fabuleuse de Leonard comes in a frosty blue bottle with a partial display of the female form on the front, and is cradled in a matching blue box.