In 1993, Jean Paul Gaultier set himself a new challenge and created his first fragrance, Classique. Its success was instant, this wonderful object of desire winning fans all over. Primarily for its contents – an all-consuming combination of vanilla, orange blossom and ginger – and the iconic bottle with its sensual curves, of course. Its masculine alter ego, Le Male, had the same reaction, becoming another of the best-selling fragrances in the world. With its fresh notes of lavender and mint, Le Male is seriously sexy, ready to seduce anything in its wake! This obsession with sensual accords has become synonymous with the House of Gaultier, which continues to create fragrances with instant appeal. From the aptly named Scandal with its captivating honey notes, to the intoxicating new duo La Belle and Le Beau that stretch out the summer with notes of pear (for her) and coconut (for him), there are various deliciously addictive creations to choose from.