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Leitmotiv is an Anthropologie-exclusive library of aromatic notes inspired by
measures of classical music. Layer them together to compose your very own
symphony of scent.
For most harmonioius results, spray the deeper base note onto the pulse points
first, and follow with the lighter top note of your choice. Each lovely
fragrance can also be worn alone.
Garden Aire (Top Note): an ethereal blend of bergamot, white florals, orris, amber, cedar wood and fig...
Garden Aire (Top Note): an ethereal blend of bergamot, white florals, orris, amber, cedar wood and fig inspired by Berlioz's "Symphonie Fantastique" (FLORAL)
Neroli Toujours (Top Note): a wistful and complex mingling of neroli, musk, patchouli, cedar and bright citrus fruits inspired by the bittersweet love duet at the center of Monteverdi's "The Coronation of Poppea" (FRESH)
Figuier Moderne (Top Note) a melange of fig, passion fruit, vanilla, honey and wood inspired by Schoenberg's revolutionary 12-tone harmonies (FRESH)
Etude en Bois (Base Note): an emotionally evocative mix of coriander, whiskey, clove, jasmine, pepper and oak inspired by Beethoven's Fifth Symphony (WOODSY)
Sunday Madeleine (Base Note): a passionate blend of lemon, bitter orange, neroli, jasmine and tonka bean inspired by Wagner's opera "Tristan und Isolde" (SPICE)
Fleur de Lune (Base Note): a lilting mix of bergamot, strawberry, jasmine, gardenia, patchouli and vanilla inspired by Debussy's beloved "Claire de Lune" (SPICE)
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