Je Reviens by Worth, Je Reviens, introduced in 1932, is a feminine perfume for the woman who enjoys classic fragrances.
Vivacious bergamot and lemon are the top notes, their fruity zest softening into orange blossom, jasmine, and aldehydes. Floral middle notes of narcissus, orris root, lilac, hyacinth, ylang-ylang and rose lend a deep, sensuous aroma. Clove provides an undertone of spice. Violet continues the bouquet of flowers into the base, where it is accompanied by musk, amber, sandalwood, vetiver, and smoky incense. The ingredients work harmoniously to inspire a sense of romance. Wear this as a daytime fragrance throughout the year.
Charles Frederick Worth started his house of fashion in the 1850s. He is credited with innovating the practice of sewing labels into clothes. He initially designed haute couture pieces, but eventually moved on to ready-to-wear collections. The brand released its first fragrance, Dans La Nuit, in 1924. The bottle was imagined by Rene Lalique.