Dahlia Noir, a feminine and mysterious name referring to a flower that does not exist: the black dahlia, a flower of paradox. The dahlia is a flower that is very symptomatic of Givenchy"s style, structured and rigorous, yet very feminine and soft. The black color in the name adds a mysterious effect to the fragrance. The Dahlia does not have a scent, which leaves room for imagination and fantasy. The fragrance was created by François Demachy and Riccardo Tisci, who envisioned a round cocoon-like perfume, embodying the Givenchy vision of luxury: an elegant fragrance that one smells when getting close to the person who wears it. It has a real personality, yet is reminiscent of a tradition of beauty and femininity.