I wanted something fresh for summer but I find it too strong and more suitable for fall. ts listed on Fragrantica as a fruity floral, but the only fruit I can detect (lemon, raspberry, pear) is very light and disappears after a few minutes. Then I get powdery floral with a sickly sweet amber drydown (pear, peony, amber, powder). Because its strongly amber based, I'd class it as a powdery floriental. I'm not a fan as it gives me a migrane, and it smells exactly like cheap scented maxi pads (which also give me a migrane), or cheap bathroom freshener.
A couple of similar perfumes are a bit lighter on the drydown (and no headache) are:
Eclat De Apege - sweet powdery lemon floral
Oriens by Van Cleef & Arpels - a sweet raspberry floral with light hints of powdery praline
I think they are better formulated, as the fruit lasts longer in these too.
I notice someone compared this to Lancome Midnight Rose, and I don't find it similar at all except for a passing hint of raspberry. Midnight Rose has a sharp peppery kick, way more raspberry, and doesn't have amber.
Jeanne by Lanvin:
Top notes - blackberry, lemon, pear
Middle notes - peony, freesia, raspberry, rose
Base notes - sandalwood, amber, musk.