Louis Vuitton Sun Song was released in 2019, created by Jacques Cavallier, as part of the Les Parfums Louis Vuitton collection. Notes of orange blossom, lemon, bergamot, neroli, jasmine and musk.
From the brand - "An ode to the orange blossom to brighten summer. The euphoria of those first beautiful days. Feeling the warmth of sunlight on the skin. Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud has captured the serenity of summer in a perfume seemingly made of light. Orange blossom is like a caress, a joyful expression with the vivacity of lemon, set to a score of enveloping musks to prolong the gentle refrain.
To complement the light within the Cologne Perfumes, Maison Louis Vuitton asked the Californian artist Alex Israel to surround them with creative radiance. He envisioned a joyful design with pop colors that celebrate this summer without end.."
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.
Basenotes - "Sun Song gives me an option to wear something a little bit different, but something that still plays very well in the hot weather. It's easy for work, easy to wear casually or a bit more dressed up. It's just a really pleasant fragrance. This performs well, wears nicely and is an awesome warmer weather scent."
Fragrantica - "The opening notes remind me of freshly squeezed grapefruit, a juicy and bright accord. Then the orange blossom steps forward, laid out on a soft musk. Nothing earth-shattering here, but it is so beautifully made, great quality."
Fragrantica - "How it's done is stunning, how it wears is really good. This collection puts smile on your face and people around you. The only thing comes in mind is summer in a bottle when you try them. And also the more you wear it more it grows on you. Same as cactus garden."