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Vibrant and sensual, Lady Million is like a voluptuous nectar of flowers. Powerfully seductive, the sparkle of bitter orange and a hint of raspberry reveals the fragrance’s first breath. Smooth and bright, a burst of neroli follows. Then the lethal weapon: heady orange blossom slips out of its sheath. Its narcotic sweetness then reveals itself, bewitching and demanding all attention. Joining with sambac jasmine and underlined by gardenia, the blend soars into something more carnal—yet ever subtle. Now the obsessive pulsing of patchouli enters the fray, pacifying notes of honey with an addictive and supremely tempting sweetness. Amber endnotes become all enveloping, floating around like a ray of light on a diamond.The legendary house of Paco Rabanne, renowned for its use of glistening metallic color and expressive design, tapped world-famous industrial designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance to create the bottle. The known Regent diamond, which is on display at the Louvre and is considered the most beautiful in the world, inspired the bottle’s design.
Eau du Soir is the second perfume by the house of Sisley and it is feminine, elegant and eternal. Its complex and rich composition is based on perfect harmony of contrasted lines: fresh citrus, sensual flowers, warm amber and musk. The bottle, with its golden stopper (made of 18 karat gold), was designed by Polish sculptor Bronisław Krzysztof. The top notes are mandarin orange, grapefruit, spruce and carnation. The heart consists of seringo, jasmine, rose and lily-of-the-valley. Musk, amber and patchouli are in the base. Countess Isabelle d’Ornano was given Eau de Soir as a gift by her husband, count Hubert d’Ornano in 1990. The count created a unique floral composition in the centre of which was Spanish flower seringa. Its fragrance, as in the case of many other types of white flowers, radiates an intense scent through night air and attracts night butterflies to pollinate it. The perfume was created to remind countess of her childhood in Spain. The name was chosen because of night flower seringe (in French, soir means evening). For several years Eau de Soir was countess’ personal perfume and it was no sooner than 1999, after her friend persuaded her, that it was released for public. Eau du Soir was created by Jeannine Mongin, Hubert d’Ornano and Isabelle d’Ornano.
Enjoyed by two First Ladies of the United States, Love In White evokes America’s most influential women. It is the first CREED fragrance ever to debut in the USA, as opposed to France. On the night of November 16, 2005, the exterior lights of the Empire State Building were pure white in honor of the debut of Love In White. The fragrance takes its name from Mr. CREED’s love of sailing.
Classification: Floral / Fresh
Characteristics: Hand-made with ingredients of rare quality from five continents. A worldly mix of blossoms in the hands of Mr. CREED becomes a fragrance at once exclusive and welcoming.
1. Top note: Orange zest from southern Spain.
2. Middle notes: Young iridescent rice husk from Tonkin in the south Asian seas; iris from Egypt; white jasmine from the Italian coast; daffodils from the French Riviera; magnolia from the mountains of Guatemala; and Bulgarian rose.
3. Base notes: Vanilla from the island of Java; ambergris from Calabria; sandalwood from Mysore, India.
This Sean John Unforgivable Woman Spray, 1 oz, has a fragrance that is intoxicating and sensual. With a scent that is a delicate blend of floral and spicy notes, this Eau de Parfum Spray for Women makes an impression. This Sean John perfume is a blend of bergamot, orange flower, jasmine and coco de mer, captured in a deep rose gold bottle. In a convenient 1-oz size, this perfume works as an everyday scent or when you want to capture someone’s attention.
Sean John Unforgivable Woman Eau de Parfum Spray For Women:
1. Intoxicating essence of sensuality
2. Scent is a delicate blend of floral and spicy notes
3. 1 oz size
New Boucheron perfume especially represents the trouble for men since it is very dangerous. Here, everything begins even before the very pleasure of sense of smell. Bottle has ultimately elaborated design: gold, precious emerald on the lid and dark ruby glass…The bottle speaks much about the character of the perfume before the very scent. The perfume is fresh oriental, but the troubles begin from the first impressive notes which lead into ravishing floral heart of the perfume. Passionate woodsy notes are getting involved with deep and sensual floral melody. That involvement gives a powerful nature to the perfume. Trouble is available in Eau de Toilette (50 and 100 ml), Eau de Perfume (15 ml) in spray with glamorous spraying pump. The perfume was introduced in 2004. The nose behind this fragrance is Jacques Cavallier.
Infusion d’Iris fragrance from Prada was presented in 2007 as Eau de Parfum. The name of the fragrance is inspired by the traditional method of extracting iris fragrance that takes six months to complete. The lighter and more affordable version of the original was launched in 2010 in the form of Infusion d `Iris Eau de Toilette. In March 2012, the more intense, richer and more oriental edition comes out under the name of Infusion d’Iris Eau de Parfum Absolue. Infusion d’Iris Eau de Parfum Absolue expresses preciousness and luxury, blended from carefully selected, rare and high quality ingredients. The composition mixes notes of exotic Tunisian neroli, orange blossom, iris from Florence, mastic, benzoin from Laos, tonka bean from Venezuela, Madagascar vanilla and white musk. It is signed by Daniela Andrier.
The fragrance is available in gold-colored bottles of 50 and 100 ml.
Chelsea Flowers is a female perfume introduced in 2003 in a translucent bottle, which was created by the designers of Bond No 9 house. The perfumer nose is Laurent Le Guernec. This perfume contains notes of peony, tulip, hyacinth, magnolia, rose, musk, sandalwood, vetiver and moss. It got its name from New York’s Chelsea Flower Market, the large flower sale spot. The holiday 2008 edition was introduced in Swarovski All Stars collection in 50 ml bottle, covered with the finest tiny Swarovski crystals, emerald green colored, reflecting light the best. Apart from this one, the collection includes two more perfumes: Eau de New York and Chinatown. The price of this edition is 650 dollars.
Cartier’s Baiser du Dragon (the Dragon’s Kiss) is a dangerous and powerful scent. Exotic and intense, it will transport you into the world of fairytale dragons, princesses and princes. You can hear the burning of the dragon’s fiery breath while bitter smoke envelopes you and your sense, but then, suddenly, this gentle warmth settles on the skin. Warm, woody notes are perfectly harmonized with bitter almond, floral notes and citruses. Top notes include bitter almond, neroli, orange and gardenia. Cedar and musk are at the perfume’s heart, while the base note is composed of vetiver, patchouli and benzoin resin. It was created by Alberto Morillas in 2003.
Into the blue is true refreshment with its aquatic accord and blue waterlily in its heart. The composition opens with aquatic and green notes, enlivened with a pop of star fruit. Peony helps form the floral heart, while the base includes wet woods. Into the Blue was launched in 2006. The nose behind this fragrance is Richard Ibanez.
Guess Gold was presented in 2007 in fruity-floral rhythm. It opens with notes of frozen citruses, apple, pineapple touched with pink pepper, which is accompanied with floral notes of hyacinth, clear and intensive jasmine, lotus and intoxicating seductress rose in the heart. The base introduces warm, milky notes of sandalwood, patchouli, amber, vetiver and sensual musk. The perfumer is Claudette Belnavis.