Let’s set things on the Amalfi coast in the 1950s and 60s—a time and place when travelers were smart, beautiful, and privileged, and every single ray of sun glancing off that gleaming Tyrrhenian Sea said “life is good.”
Impossibly perfect, you say?
Enter Un Bateau pour Capri by Eau d’Italie Le Sirenuse—it’s a liquid celebration of those well-coiffed, perfectly put together women and the oh-so-chic parties of yesteryear—part snapshot, yes, but gloriously embellished by the imaginings of time.
Certainly Un Bateau pour Capri contains a goodly amount of nostalgia with lyrical notes like peony, freesia, peach, jasmine, and musk. This is as it should be; in fact, the scent was conceived for Le Sirenuse’s 60th anniversary, but it speaks equally to the present—a fresh and unequivocal decree from our very own Eau d’Italie that life continues to be good.