I can't find the information on BN or even Fragrantica. Hard to believe for such a highly praised fragrance, I would love to know who did this one. Kind of smells like something Annick Menardo would do.
I did too, but the following suggests it was Daniela Andrier. (SculptureOfSoul beat me to it.)
How embarrassing, since it's one of my favorites, and the only fragrance for which I have "backup" bottles. The following suggests that the women's variant is done by Maurice Roucel, so who knows.
Thanks SoS! wow, Daniela Andrier, never heard of her. She looks fairly young, and definitley has some good scents under her belt. I will read more about her later.
And here is some info for you on TF as a perfumer:
He mostly had his nose in the musk scents for TF, he also did a couple other scents, I read somewhere, I will have to look for it.
Not to be contrarian but I don't think that Fragrantica listing him as the nose really means much. They have MANY errors regarding the nose; a classic example is they list Linda Pilkington as the nose for Ormonde Man (and other Ormonde Jayne fragrances), but there is proof in many articles, interviews, etc. that Geza Schoen was the nose behind the entire line.
Another couple examples - they often list either Martine Micallef or her husband G. Nejman/Newman as the nose for Micallef or Nejman scents, but interviews with them show that they've always worked with nose Jean Claude Astier.
One last example - they often list Laurice Rahme, owner of Bond, as the nose behind the scents, but she never has been. Usually it's Laurent Le Guernec, sometimes Maurice Roucel, Dave Apel, Michel Almairac.