Jardins de Bagatelle

The Count of Artois accepted Queen Marie-Antoinette's challenge to build a small chateau in the Bois de Boulogne in less than 64 days. Described as a "folly", its gardens became one of the most romantic spots imaginable. In 1983, they inspired Jean-Paul Guerlain, who envisioned them as an irresistible melody for a fulfilled and spontaneous woman in love.