Really delicious amber with a bunch of diverse facets, some musty/animalic, some vaguely leathery/smokey and several boozy, incensey and slightly floral. The stable aroma unveils by soon itself becoming finally just a bit drier than at the beginning. I would define L'Air de Rien as a really cozy juice evocative of intellectual (a bit musty/dusty and close to the air) ambiences full of books and antiques. There is a marvellous musky smoothness in the air, expecially at the beginning and also some spicy/orancy soapiness; the vanillic touch is minimal while i detect the oakmoss for sure, a mossy/musky soft bed with an ambery remarkable presence. Probably a touch of tobacco swirls around in the blend. I don't detect synthetic feels along the uncomplicated olfactory trip. A comforting and versatile mossy/ambery fragrance that could be worn either by men and women.