Paris has seen its fair share of perfume museums over the years – the Grand Musée du Parfum made a splash before closing its doors last summer, while the Yves Saint Laurent Museum showcases the history behind his Opium scent, which he launched in 1977.
But the mainstay, go-to perfume authority in Paris is the Fragonard Musée du Parfum, which has been set in the city’s 9th arrondissement since 1983. Now, it has expanded to include three new rooms and over 100 new objects to their collection… READ MORE AT [FORBES.COM]
Versace Yellow Diamond is a fruity, floral scent. It opens with fruity pear, lemon and bergamot. A floral middle of mimose, water lily and freesia are in a seductive base of amber, musk and wood.
Lempicka Homme by Lolita Lempicka is an oriental scent with a hint of gourmand. A blend of anise, basil, ivy, violet and licorice are a smart combination for the charmer in you. The middle note has an addition of rum to the tonka bean and sandalwood woods. The dry down, has hints of vanilla and praline that shine through cedar wood and vetiver.
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