Louis Vuitton Le Jour se Leve was released in 2018, created by Jacques Cavallier. Notes of grapefruit, mandarin orange, orange, bergamot, black currant, lily of the valley, jasmine, green notes, osmanthus, magnolia, peony, rose, white musk, Iso E Super, Vanillin and Vanilla.
From the brand - "Le Jour Se Lève is a citrusy, floral and musky fragrance that represents an olfactory voyage, celebrating the first rays of the sun with a what is described as refreshing and radiant composition. To convey this bright optimism, Jacques Cavallier chose one of his favorite ingredients: mandarin. Jasmine Sambac, bergamot, magnolia petals, osmanthus, blackcurrant and musk are among the other notes."
Louis Vuitton is a French luxury fashion company - famous for their gorgeous and distinctive bags and the LV monogram. Founded in 1854, it was folded into LMVH, which has the brands of Moet et Chandon, Hennessy and Louis Vuitton.
Fragrantica - "I'm obsessed with this scent. I received a sample with a completely different perfume order and god bless that seller! It is a beautiful burst of orange citrus with a sophistication not often found in citrus dominant fragrances. The lily of the valley and green notes really complete this stunner and the dry down is a comforting cashmere flower. Adore it. "
Fragrantica - "Every time I wear this I get crazy compliments. It's more of a Spring/Summer scent, very fresh, but honestly I wear it to any fancy event I have to attend to regardless of the season."
Fragrantica - "I used to live in Rome near that orange grove another reviewer mentioned. Agree, it transports you to Italy; waking up early to the dewy air, walking to the local bakery making fresh citrus juices. There's something pure and ethereal about it."