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Rated 4.19/5 based on 625 customer reviews

This is such a shining, luminous and elegant perfume.The mandarin opening does not last long, it is followed with a very rich mimosa-jasmin- cyclamen heart which provides an intrigueing harmony between sweet, creamy and fresh sparkling dimension.The top note is delicate and softly fresh (clementine, almond blossom and cyclamen). The drydown is warm, opulent, and balsamic with amber, musk and sweet powdery vanilla. It opens up very strong and almost overwhelming but then disappears very quickly. A rare fragrance for women that's playful but serious.

A friend recently sent me a sample and I like this a lot but I never see it recommended on the boards anymore. I bought this perfume in the winter, and I wasn't crazy about it. I would recommend for over 25's but that's only my opinion. scent 7 / 10 Bottle 9 /10 I tried it WAY back when it was still widely available in stores and remembered liking it but never bought it. on me it lasts and lasts, I can smell it for hours after I apply.

I think hundred years after this in future cinema isn't still old.it's always great.first I can smell lots of citrus. Now however there is a new generation of women that would lap this up!!!

I was thinking it's orange but I see it's has Jasmine but a has other flowers too but it's not very flowery.flowers are light and beautiful. I love your juicy clementine, your warm sweet almond, and your lovely vanilla accords! Instead of discontinuing it they should have readvertised, remarketed it or start promoting it more. If anyone from ysl happens to see this, think about bringing it back with a huge ad campaign to get people to notice it!!!! It takes so little dose to smell it all over you and lasts for hours.

It is so sad that ysl discontinued this beautiful fragrance, probably in favour of more popular hits like Manifesto, which is for me just bleeh mmweeuh scent.

I think they were a bit too early with launching this kind of perfume, maybe not the right marketing campaign because such florientals are still popular.

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