Paul Smith Woman is a joyful musky/floral/aquatic with sharp fruity notes (mostly mandarine and grapefruit), an heady freesia-lily of the valley-lotus accord, a tea/vetiver woody-green widespread fluidity and a synthetic general muskiness. Along the trip the green tea presence becomes heady, conjuring me more than vaguely scents a la The Vert by Roger&Gallet or Bvlgari Eau Parfumee au The Vert but with a more properly feminine bright floral spark. The aquatic notes, combined with aqueous floral notes, tea and light woods, afford a really light-watery general aura. May be red berries are included in the formula. Unoriginal of course, (being so close to many similar scents out there) but dignified, fresh, sensual and optimistic.