Oxygène is the first fragrance for women of the house of Lanvin after the famous Arpege, which was created in 1927. Oxygène is fresh, transparent and perfect for daily use. The top notes of this extremely fresh fragrance are bergamot, gardenia, iris, rose, Hyssop (aromatic herb with blue or purple flowers) and a spicy nuance of white pepper. The base is made of sandalwood and white musk. The perfume was designed by Alberto Morillas in 2000.