Jil Sander #4 Perfume by Jil Sander, Released in 1990, Jil Sander #4 is a full-bodied and complex fragrance made for the woman who wants to showcase a more sensual side to her personality.
With a very long-lasting nature and generous sillage, you can apply this perfume sparingly and still be noticed. The top notes are rose, geranium, peach, plum and bergamot. The heart is a floral garden of violet, jasmine, tuberose, heliotrope, ylang-ylang, tarragon, myrrh and nutmeg. The base dives into amber, sandalwood, oakmoss, vanilla, musk, patchouli, civet, cedar, tonka bean and coriander. Michel Almairac designed this sublime fragrance.
Jil Sander began her fashion line with small means and big dreams. Starting with just her mother’s sewing machine, she began work on her clothing in 1968 in Hamburg, Germany. Her hard work and diligence paid off, and in 1973, she released her first line of clothing under own name. Prada bought a 75 percent stake in her company in 1999, and from that point, Sander would periodically work for her former company.