It may be news to you that A Little Prince
isn't just a book, it's also a perfume - albeit one you don't have to translate from French. The scent was created for bébés (or really, for their fussy mommies), but became a cult hit for Paris teens and their boarding school friends abroad.
We got our hands on a bottle, and quickly learned the perfume's magical property: It smells okay on its own, but mix it with your favorite scent, and get something legendary.
So far, we've tried the mild floral scent with the new Chloe perfume (which makes it smell less like baby powder and more like sex), Stella McCartney's eponymous bottle (for a sharper, sweeter fragrance), and Marc Jacobs' Amber (which gives it a wake-up lift for long nights).
Test it out with your favorite eaus and see what they become - we'll even bet it works with Gap Heaven, if you can actually find a bottle.
--FARAN KRENTCIL$22 at Le Petit Prince