Yves Rocher Un Matin Au Jardin ~ new fragrances

Yves Rocher Un Matin Au Jardin

Yves Rocher has launched Un Matin Au Jardin, a new trio of garden-inspired floral fragrances for women:

Purple Lilac / Lilas Mauve ~ developed by perfumer Annick Menardo. "Discover the gentle fragrance of fresh picked Purple Lilac in this eau de toilette with floral, powdery notes that leave your skin delicately scented."

Fresh Rose / Rose Fraîche ~ developed by perfumer Shyamala Maisondieu. "Discover the delicate freshness of a fresh picked rose in this eau de toilette with floral-musky notesthat leaves your skin delicately scented."

Citrus Flower / Agrumes en Fleurs ~ developed by perfume Christiane Plos. "Discover the sparkling freshness of fresh picked citrus flowers in this eau de toilette with sunny floral notes that leaves your skin delicately scented."

The Yves Rocher Un Matin Au Jardin fragrances are available in 20 or 100 ml Eau de Toilette.

(quotes via yves-rocher.co.uk, additional information via yvesrocher.fr)

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  1. Anne from Makeupwoot says:


    I’m a sucker for soliflore fragrances. I want to smell these.

    • Robin says:

      I’m a sucker for 20 ml bottles! Wish my YR store had not closed.

  2. Trebor says:

    The collection comes across as a Hermes rip-off, IMHO.

    • Rictor07 says:

      I thought exactly the same thing. The name and the bottle design definitely share some similarities.

    • Anne from Makeupwoot says:

      Perhaps, but it’s always nice to have a downmarket substitute for those fragrance lovers who have been fitted with a leash by their credit card statements.

    • Robin says:

      How interesting, it does not strike me that way at all — if anything, YR has been doing this sort of thing longer than Hermes.

      • Joe says:

        It occurred to me as well as soon as I saw it. I think it’s more the shape of the bottles and the word “Jardin”… rather than the aesthetic of the scents themselves.

  3. Trebor says:

    Rictor07, I can imagine the executives stating in the brief, “No green bottles!”

  4. turbovivi says:

    This is totally unrelated but does anyone know a good substitute for Cher Uninhibited? While I understand that you can still get it via ebay – my friend wants something that’s close but “new”. What is a good close proximity now days?

    • LaMaroc says:

      That’s a tough one. Maybe the new David Yurman or Natori?

  5. Absolute Scentualist says:

    YR makes some fragrances I really like for casual wear, and all of these look great. Especially in 20ml bottles! Other fragrance houses please take note. :)

  6. Tama says:

    I lovee Yves Rocher – I will definitely give these a try. Those 20 mls will have some dirt-cheap moments, I’m sure.

    • olenska says:

      I’m with you. Plus, dirt-cheap + high quality = a nice surprise in this big-ticket world.

  7. Haunani says:

    I will definitely try these!

  8. bluegardenia says:

    purple lilac. sign me up! the dearth of lilac fragrances always saddens me. i know this isn’t frederic malle-quality but i need more than just en passant!

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