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At the height of the Paris fashion movement of the 1930s and 1940s, Robert Piguet's eloquent designs personified sophistication and seduction. A darling of France's demimonde, he is revered for his haute couture fashions. Deemed a visionary by his peers, Piguet became confidant and mentor to Christian Dior. In 1944, the couturier debuted his first fragrance, Bandit. Fracas, a successful follow-up, remains a classic and is the preferred scent of many of the world's most memorable women.
I was sent three of ROBERT PIGUET'S classics to try. The first one I opened was Fracas, his star scent, which is Classic femininity and modern sensibility. It is a beautiful floral fragrance with jasmine, and gardenia in a base of sandalwood and musk. I love floral fragrances, so I truly love Fracas!
The second fragrance I tried is ROBERT PIGUET'S Douglas Hannant Fragrance, which I also love because of the scents that include orange blossom, pear, gardenia and tuberose, jasmine, sandalwood and musk. I do love this fragrance as well, because of the fruity undertones.
The third fragrance I recieved and tried is the ROBERT PIGUET'S Calypso, which is probably for somebody who enjoys to make a bold statement. This fragrance includes a mix of geranium, mandarin, rose, iris, patchouli, amber and suede. It smells very seductive! I will wear this one on a night out with my husband.
Everything about ROBERT PIGUET PARFUMS is classy, sophisticated, and beautiful. The perfect gift for somebody in your life who fits those descriptions, especially YOU!
Check out the entire collection of ROBERT PIGUET PARFUMS here.
Available for purchase at these fine stores: Bergdorf Goodman | Henri Bendel
Nordstrom | Saks Fifth Avenue | Neiman Marcus | Barneys and Sephora
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Disclaimer: I recieved samples of the above mentioned products, an dthe opinions expressed are my own.