After Play for Him in 2008, Givenchy launched Play for Her Intense in 2010. This female version of was for the more intense and powerful woman of today. The noses of perfumersEmilie CoppermannandLucas Sieuzac worked together to present this creation to the dainties. The perfect strike of balmy, floral, sweet, spicy and woody accord makes this fragrance an attractive appeal. It opens with the fruity peach and is accompanied by the African orange flower and pink pepper. The bouquet of magnolia, tiare flower and orchid waits at the heart. The foug?re base of patchouli, tonka beans, and benzoin are placed comfortably on sandalwood. creamy Tonka bean, heliotrope, vanilla, and a blend of musks for a deep and intense finale.alley, orange blossom, sandalwood, orris root, musk, vanilla and heliotrope.amber, vetiver and sea moss.en longer lasting. for any occassion.her essence (dont laugh: they actually seem to have done it) but would survive in an increasingly volatile $31-billion market. Un Jardin sur le Nil, the more traditionally designed Parisian fragrance, was revolutionary in its own way. Seeking a higher profile in the lucrative perfume market, Hermes hired Jean-Claude Ellena, one of the professional ghosts who actually make the scents sold under designers' names, to be its first ever in-house perfumer. The astoundingly complex struggle to define and refine Nil, first reported by Burr in a 2005 New Yorker article, centered on an ephemeral conceit of green mangoes on the Nile. Lovely comes across here as a far more personal scent, though that might be a subjective judgmentthe author seems a little star-struck by SJP. Nonetheless, Burr sharply evokes the intoxicating, often infuriating mix of precise science and artistic vision necessary to create a perfume, aided by his impressively calibrated BS detector and ability to unearth the industry's many dirty little secrets. An unusually grounded depiction of a business built largely on artifice.