Fleur de Chance Awakens.

The fragrance starts with a bright and fresh burst of citrusy bergamot, evoking the excitement and energy of the first rays of spring. This invigorating opening is combined with lively and vibrant notes of juniper berries, signaling a time of renewal and new opportunities.

Fleur de Chance Thrives.

The fragrance embodies the scent of the first spring flowers, the lily of the valley. Its floral freshness blends with the bright and sunny scent of ylang-ylang, creating perfect harmony, like basking in the golden sunlight of a spring afternoon, surrounded by the thriving beauty of nature.

Fleur de Chance Humbles.

Cedarwood atlas and cashmere wood create a woody and earthy blend, grounding the beauty of spring. The scent reminds us of the enduring cycles of nature and evokes the warm atmosphere of spring evenings, filled with the promise of tomorrow and dreams.


Favorite Asked Questions

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Who should wear Fleur de Chance?

Fleur de Chance is perfect for those who appreciate life’s simple pleasures and view each day as a fresh start filled with opportunities. If you love the feeling of a fresh, comfortable perfume to start your day, then this perfume is definitely for you!

When is the best time to wear Fleur de Chance?

The best time to wear Fleur de Chance is in the morning, as it sets a refreshing and uplifting tone for the day ahead. Additionally, the grounding and calming scent of Cedarwood Atlas essential oil provides a soothing feeling, making it perfect for a relaxing evening. Its versatility makes it ideal for those who need a fragrance that can transition seamlessly throughout the entire day, whether spending time indoors or outdoors.

Where are the best places to wear Fleur de Chance?

Fleur de Chance’s light, invigorating scent is perfect for daytime activities such as work, client meetings, or a casual day out with friends. The floral and woody notes harmonize beautifully with nature, making it ideal for outdoor activities like picnics, out-of-town retreats, garden parties, and outdoor weddings.

How to wear Fleur de Chance?

When it comes to daytime wear, Fleur de Chance pairs beautifully with airy, natural fabrics like linen or cotton in pastel colors. Adding a pop of color or a unique accessory can really make the outfit stand out. For more formal events, consider complementing the fragrance with a cocktail dress or a sleek suit, and don't forget to accessorize with elegant silver or pearl jewelry. In professional settings, a silk or linen blouse with tailored pants, along with classic accessories like a watch and simple jewelry, can create a polished look. On casual days, you might want to consider a simple jeans and blouse combo, or a summer skirt and sandals to match the light, invigorating scent.

Why choose Fleur de Chance?

Because it smells unique and it gives you a lasting freshness and comfort.

Fleur de Chance is a perfume designed to capture the essence of fresh air and warm spring sun. It offers a unique blend of freshness and grounding, making it perfect for long days when you need constant freshness and comfort. Our perfumer, Lygia, crafted a special lily of the valley accord to replicate the scent of the real flower. Combined with the uplifting freshness of juniper berries and the solar warmth of ylang-ylang essential oil, Fleur de Chance offers a unique sensory experience you won’t find anywhere else.

More About Fleur de Chance EDP

Olfactive Family

Floral, Green, Woody.

Adjectives: Fresh, airy, comforting, warm, watery.

Key Notes

Lily of The Valley and Juniper Berry

Magic Words

Awakening, Thriving, Grounding.

Size and Format

50ml Eau de Parfum

Fragrance Concentration

22% in Ethanol


Between 4-5 hours. It can be more or less, mainly depending on your diet, activities, and the weather.

Respray it throughout the day to feel the freshness.




Alcohol denat., fragrance, aqua (water), Geranyl acetate, Linalyl acetate, Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil, Linalool, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia oil, Limonene, Hydroxycitronellal, alpha-Pinene, Citrus Limon Peel Oil, Cananga Odorata Flower Oil, Terpinolene, beta-Pinene, beta-Caryophyllene natural, Methyl 2-octynoate, Camphor, Citral, Geraniol, Benzyl benzoate, alpha-Terpineol, Farnesol, Benzyl salicylate, Citronellol, Benzyl alcohol, alpha-Terpinene, Eugenol, Benzaldehyde, Isoeugenol.



a word from


"I was thrilled when creating Fleur de Chance because it gave me the opportunity to work with Lily of The Valley notes. I came up with the idea of pairing it with juniperberries because I believe that the greenness of juniperberries can bring out the uniqueness in my lily of the valley accord, making it bloom even more. Additionally, the juniper berry adds exciting nuances to the fragrance with its boozy, alcoholic notes, making it more aromatic and uplifiting, like the spring air! The scent ignites optimism and good spirit, making one feel like every day is a lucky day."

Lygia. Paris, 2024.



In France, Lily of the Valley is given on May Day as a symbol of good luck and to celebrate spring. This tradition began in the Renaissance era when King Charles IX of France received a Lily of the Valley as a lucky charm and started the custom of giving it to the ladies of his court on May 1st.

Hero Ingredient

Lily Of The Valley

Lily of the Valley, also known as Convallaria majalis, is a delicate and enchanting flower known for its sweet, fresh, and slightly green scent. Native to Europe and Asia, it blooms in late spring with small, bell-shaped white flowers that symbolize purity, humility, and renewed happiness.

In the world of perfumery, Lily of the Valley is cherished for its ability to evoke the essence of springtime and new beginnings. Its scent is often recreated synthetically in fragrances, as the natural extraction is challenging. Used as a heart note, it imparts a light, airy, and floral scent that enhances the freshness and elegance of a perfume, adding depth and sophistication to the overall composition. Notable perfumes featuring Lily of the Valley showcase diverse interpretations.

François Demachy recreates the smell of Lily of the Valley in Diorissimo (Dior, 1956) in a classic and realistic way, blending Lily of the Valley with jasmine, ylang-ylang, and amaryllis for a fresh, floral bouquet. Maurice Roucel adds green and fruity notes like hyacinth, magnolia, and pineapple for a crisp, modern twist in Envy (Gucci, 1997). Jerôme Epinette captures its dewy quality in Inflorescence (Byredo, 2013) using pink freesia, magnolia, and rose petals, evoking a spring garden.

Lily Of The Valley and Juniper Berry Essential Oil

Lily of the Valley and juniper berry come together to create a unique sensorial journey, combining the floral green aspect of Lily of the Valley with the sparkling, crisp freshness of juniper berry essential oil. The piny, woody facet of juniper berry complements the transparent nature of lily of the valley, forming a bright yet solid backbone in the fragrance's main accord. This contemporary blend produces a luminous opening with a warm touch, offering a classic scent with a modern twist.

Hero ingredient

Juniper Berry EO

Juniper berry essential oil from the Juniperus communis plant has a fresh, woody, and slightly spicy aroma. Historically, it has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes, dating back to ancient civilizations. In ancient Egypt, juniper was used for its antiseptic properties, while the Greeks and Romans burned it as a purifying incense. In medieval Europe, juniper was believed to ward off evil spirits and plague.

Juniper berry essential oil is highly valued in perfumery for its fresh and invigorating scent, which adds a crisp and uplifting quality to fragrances. It is often used as a top note, providing a bright and clean introduction to the perfume. Its versatile scent blends well with citrus, aromatic, and woody notes. Juniper berry is known for its ability to evoke the essence of the outdoors, imparting a natural, green, and slightly resinous character.

In “Juniper Sling” (Penhaligon’s, 2011), Olivier Cresp captures its vibrant spirit with angelica, black pepper, and cardamom for a gin-inspired scent. Jerôme Epinette highlights its crisp, green facets in “Eau de Minthé” (Diptyque, 2019) by pairing it with mint, geranium, and patchouli. In “Cédrat Enivrant” (Atelier Cologne, 2013), Ralf Schwieger enhances its bright, citrusy profile with Moroccan cedrat, lime, and basil.