Lumiere or “The Light” appeared in 1984. Its floral composition included: aldehydes, bergamot, fruity and green notes, violet and orange blossom as top; honeysuckle, hyacinth, oriss root, rose, tuberose and ylang-ylang in the middle; and cedar, musk, oakmoss, sandalwood and vetiver at the base. It was re-launched in 2000. Being relatively similar to its forerunner, it became modern; kept its brightness and optimism but became lighter and fruitier. The soft beginning includes floral notes of lily-of-the-valley, honeysuckle, orange blossom along with fruity notes of bergamot and plum; slowly dries to the heart of flowers where Damask rose reigns followed by sweet apricot; to the base of sandalwood, musk, cedar, vanilla, tonka bean and vetiver. This new version of fragrance was created by Michel Almairac.