What are the secrets of the British aristocracy? Are they as well behaved, courteous and polite as they seem to be? Portraits is a tribute to the English spirit; between establishment, humour and provocation. The family portrait starts with one of its main character: Lady Blanche (chapter I). nWife of Lord Geroge, she is a social butterfly y with a dangerous bite one might say. Shakespeare did try to warn us hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Indeed, a woman does always know. Refined and delicate but without ever being bland. This is a fragrance with an impeccable education. A fragrance that announces only its discretion but that makes you sit up and take note. Modestly uplifting. Timelessly present.