An exclusive luxury fragrance for exceptional womenonly 50 limited-edition inscribed Baccarat Pure Parfum bottles are created each year for Jean Patou Joy.
During two short weeks in summer, several kilos of blossoms are harvested from the Jean Patou flower fields in Grasse to achieve the 10,600 flowers required for just one bottle of Joy perfume. Jean Patou was the first designer to use his initials as a logo, presaging the monogrammed designer labels of today.
A floral bouquet of Bulgarian rose, Ylang-Ylang, Tuberose and Grasse Jasmine, the scent is a timeless masterpiece in simplicity.
About Jean Patou:
In 1912, Jean Patou opened a dressmaking salon in Paris named Maison Parry. Then war interrupted his career. In 1919, he reopened his salon under his own name to great success. In 1925, he launched his perfume collection: Amour-Amour (for brunettes), Que Sais-je (for blondes), and Adieu Sagesse (for redheads). In 1931 he introduced Joy, which is still treasured as one of the world's great perfumes. Today, the name Jean Patou is globally renowned for the entire collection of fragrances.