Patricia de Nicolaï’s Odalisque is one of those white floral symphonies on which nobody really seems to agree: is it a lily of the valley? A tuberose? A gardenia? A jasmine? Or even an iris?
If you love Odalisque, though, I would advise stocking up immediately: because of the oak moss, it is definitely slated for reformulation.
Image: Gene Tierney in Henry Hathaway's Sundown, 1941.