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Saturday, July 11, 2015

La Petite Robe Noire Eau de Toilette c2012

La Petite Robe Noire Eau de Toilette by Guerlain: launched in 2012.

From Guerlain:
"I am absolutely essential and utterly irresistible. I am the chic and very glamorous perfumed creation by Guerlain. My fragrance is a fresh and swirling floral lace, embroidered with sparkling fruity notes. My glass showcase is the legendary "heart-shaped" bottle, which has been boldly reinterpreted with a modern touch. Its crystalline transparency, tinged with a delicate, powdery pink, reveals a silhouette of my sophisticated little strapless dress, ready to dance! 


Fragrance Composition: 


Fresh Floral.
Fresh, delicate, swirling. 
 
In the first wink, a bouquet of rose, jasmine and orange blossom takes flight to a delicate melody. The second twirl takes place as cherry, apple and blackcurrant enter the stage, refreshed by explosive green notes. Finally, white amber temptations are revealed and a cloud of white musks envelops the ensemble in a cosy halo. 
My Pygmalion, Thierry Wasser, is smitten, as if seeing me again for the first time. One year after our encounter, he asks me to dance in order to reveal more mischievous and carefree facet of my personality. In this more swirling orchestration with its "plunging neckline," he adorns me with fresh floral lace, embroidered with sparkling and fruity notes."

So what does the Eau de Toilette smell like? It is classified as a fruity floral fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: rose, green notes and jasmine
  • Middle notes: sour cherry, apple and orange blossom
  • Base notes: patchouli, white amber and white musk

In 2013,  a new limited edition bottle was released featuring a different image on the bottle by Kuntzel & Deygas. The illustrations show a modern Parisian Cinderella who, after midnight, sneaks back home (to her gorgeous glass bottle) on her tiptoes with stilettos in hand.

2014 brought us another limited edition bottle. K√ľntzel & Deygas have interpreted how a star is preparing for the red carpet in the new illustration. 



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