Sweet and innocent: the first words that this perfume brings to mind, but not the last. Yes I Do captures the essence of someone who's not as innocent as they seem -- just like the lily of the valley it's built around. Lily of the valley smells amazing, but (fun fact!) the real flower is poisonous if consumed. Don't worry, though -- the scent is recreated here, so spray away and smile. Notes include jasmine, lily of the valley, orange blossom, amber, patchouli, cocoa, musk, and marshmallow.
État Libre d'Orange, or Orange Free State, was created by Etienne de Swardt to be a provocative, intelligent line, each perfume with a point of view. In the Free Orange State, there are no constraints and nothing is off limits. As the company declares in its manifesto, "Perfume is dead. Long live perfume!" Fils de Dieu was created for État Libre d'Orange by perfumer Quentin Bisch.