That's an unusual description, but these might be up to what you're wanting:
Frederic Malle's En Passant: a cool, moist, almost melancholic lilac scent.
Michael Storer's Stephanie: limpid green gardenia on top of a heated, slightly animalic base.
Laura Tonatto's Oltre: rather masculine and oceanic, but I'm mentioning it for the transformation of muguet ( lily-of-the-valley ) into a cool and somewhat distant fragrance.
Frederic Malle's Carnal Flower: Lush, warm tuberose cooled by a distinct green note.
Parfum d'Empire's Cuir Ottoman: admittedly not quite innocent, but certainly ambiguous in its contrast between warm, floral iris and violet and dark leather undertones.
Of course, if you want to skip the innocence and go straight for the evil I suggest:
Caron's Tabac Blond: evil seductress in bottle, inexplicably taking you out for ice cream.