Fleurs D'Ombre by Jean-Charles Brosseau is listed in the directory but incorrectly. To my limited knowledge it is not a single perfume but a set of variations upon a theme.

The current line includes:

Ombre Rose (1981) - Floral Aldehydic
Aldehydic Floral Sweet Powdery Woody
Top: Aldehydes, Geranium, Rosewood, Peach,
Heart: Lily of the Valley, Ylang-ylang, Orris, Rose, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Vetiver
Base: Cinnamon, Heliotrope, Musk, Honey, Iris, Tonka bean, Vanilla

Which has since been relaunched as: Ombre Rose l'Original (1993) - Floral Bouquet

Ombre Bleue (1987) Floral Floral
Top: Honeysuckle, Peach, Plum, Rosewood
Heart: Carnation, Jasmine, Orchid, Rose, Tuberose
Base: Amber, Benzoin, Cedar, Sandal, Styrax, Vanilla, Ambergris

Reformulated / released in 1995 as an Ambery Floral Oriental
described as: Oriental Floral Spicy Powdery Ambery

Violette-Menthe ()
Head: bergamot, wild black currant, spearmint, watermelon
Heart: lily, ylang yland, rose, violets of parma, orange blossom, jasmien, peony, whitethorn
Base: sandal wood, oak moss, iris, woodstrawberry, coconut, caramel, ambergries, vanilla, white musk

Jasmine-Lilas () Floral Green
"Jasmin-Lilas", a perfume conceived to become your finery and your identity. There are two major characteristics of the new concept created by Jean-Charles Brousseau for his most recent perfume "Jasmin-Lilas" a new addition to his "Fleurs d'Ombre" collection. Thanks to its radiant whiteness, this flower relies upon its inherent power to utterly mesmerize us. Yet, the garden offers up such exquisite essences and the sweet mock orange branches gently brush against the jasmine, lily of the valley, lilac and the first roses of the season, as well as the new, fresh green leaves. Let's place this large morning bouquet inside a fresh and resplendently poetic atmosphere, next to fruit bowls brimming with Spanish melon, peaches and pineapple. All of these aroms perfectly blen together and give out an enticing fragrance. What more do we need to imagine and create a perfume that evokes such intense freshness and beauty?"
Text courtesy of scentdirect.com

With this scent creation Jean-Charles Brosseau has designed another highlight in the line "Fleurs D'Ombre". It is a bloomy, white scent with a fine pineapple note in the top with a melange of Spanish melon and the freshness of green leaves.
The heart-note contains tropical blossoms with roses, jasmine and freesias. Lilies of the valley and the scent of orange blossoms top the ensemble off and remind of blooming lilac.
Peaches and nectarines lead to the soft base of white musk.
Text courtesy of First in Fragrance

He also has some others:

Ombre Fraiche

Ombre d'Or (1994) Floral Aldehydic
Green Aldehydic Floral(Lilac) Woody Vanillic Powdery Musky

Ombre Rose Fraiche (1998) Floral Fruity
Floral, Fruity, Musky
Perfumer = Anne Flipo

All of the above are for women.

Thank you!