Published on July 29, 2022 at 10:40 a.m.
She was one of the most elegant women in the world. Disappeared on May 19, 1994, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis marked the collective memory with her looks and her always impeccable beauty treatments. Sophisticated dresses, voluminous short hair and natural makeup, Jackie Kennedy knew how to highlight her innate class. And as so often with female icons, her perfume also played a vital role in creating her image, a bit like a signature scent to seal it all. The First Lady swore only by a luxurious fragrance with a clever blend of floral notes. Her name ? ” Joy by Jean Patou.
A perfume that has become cult
Created by the nose Henri Almeras, this fragrance is composed of a mixture of floral notes, from Bulgarian rose to ylang-ylang through the explosion of tuberose, a heart of jasmine and rose de mai, to conclude on a warm base of musk and sandalwood. To obtain this unique trail, more than 10,000 jasmine flowers and 28 dozen roses were needed, which quickly made it the most expensive perfume in the world and the second best-selling perfume of the time, after Chanel No. 5. And since elegance knows no time, the charm of “Joy” by Jean Patou has also stood the test of time: today it is available on the market at an affordable price. Just spray it on and imagine yourself in the company of Jackie Kennedy a few years back.