I tried this one. I was quite curious, but unfortunately I didn't really catch on to PP. It seems it's trying to carve out a position somewhere between challenging "stinky" industrial frags like M/Mink and the CdG's Synthetics series on one pole and the totally abstract, intellectual and hysterically understated nothingness of frags like Eau d'Italie's Sienne l'Hiver etc. on the other.
I don't think it quite manages to establish that platform for itself - the opening is interesting, highly industrial-chemical and unusual (in other word, the "usual" CdG territory), the middle is muted (I think that's where the paper metaphor comes through the most) in a way that's so minimalist as to border on almost indetectible (as in Sienne l'Hiver), but the dry-down, where the whole composition is supposed to come together and PP do something that hasn't already been done by those others, is really disappointing. The dry-down smells like so many other niche offerings, rather sweet, "weird conventional" if there's such a thing (and leans heavily on Odeur 53 towards the end, I think). All in all, an interesting experience but not unusual enough in my opinion to be FBW given the very strong competition PP so energetically quotes and builds upon but never quite manages to catch up with, let alone surpass.