L’EAU NEUVE

L’Eau Neuve was created in the spring of 1968. Those free-spirited men and women wearing this fragrance from Katmandu to San Francisco had no idea Lubin’s Eau Neuve was not simply a nod to this new generation and their desire for emancipation. It was also a tribute to a much older eau de toilette called Eau de Lubin. Created in 1798, Eau de Lubin first became popular among the refined gentlemen and ladies of that time and was a favorite of Empress Josephine. That was the inspiration for L’Eau Neuve, which revived gender codes and became the signature eau de toilette for an entire generation.

TOP NOTES
Lemon, orange, lavender, bergamot

MIDDLE NOTES
Thyme, clary sage, coriander, marjoram

BASE NOTES
Patchouli, cedar wood, sandalwood, oak moss