A new icon is joining Le Vestiaire des Parfums: Jumpsuit. In 1968, the functional overall of car racers, parachutists hence its name, the jump suit - ascended into the next level of high luxury. Daring, dashing yet unexpectedly elegant, Yves Saint-Laurents first short evening jumpsuit in black silk jersey was acclaimed by the fashion press as a bold new fashion statement. The couturier had discovered the true beauty of a utilitarian garment, turning it into an archetype of fashion. To translate the jumpsuit's empowering feeling, YSL Beaut decided to mix two top ingredients: the magnolia flower and the bergamot. The citrusy brightness of bergamot picks up when magnified by the full radiance of magnolia flower, in an echo to the house's vibrantly coloured jumpsuits. Jumpsuit reveals the perfect match between a fresh vision of the magnolia and a zesty bergamot.