Warm, airy and weightless – this is like wrapping yourself in a fluffy Eiderdown comforter and gazing down at the city as the lights begin to glow at dusk. Soft, fresh rose and dreamy orange blossom get a dash of electricity from cinnamon and float on a luxurious cloud of vanilla-tinged benzoin and smooth gaiac wood. Like Costes' cult-favorite first fragrance, Costes No. 2 was created by esteemed perfumer Olivia Giacobetti and is an outstanding example of her gift for creating a diaphanous dreamscape and grounding it with realistic, precise details. We could try to analyze whether it's the sharpness of the cinnamon or the resinous edge of the benzoin that so perfectly counter the velvety rose and ethereal orange blossom – but to be honest, this is so incredibly soothing and cozy that our analytical powers melt away. Sensuous and enveloping.