Lacoste Pour Femme arrived on the market in 2003, as a floral woody musk fragrance, developed by perfumer Olivier Cresp. Due to the fact that its launch was made one year after its masculine counterpart, it is safe to say that this perfume benefited from the image constructed by its predecessor.
The construction of Lacoste Pour Femme revolves around the dominant note of Jamaican pepper, juxtaposed to the delicate accords of freesia and heliotrope. The opening of the fragrance contains a good quantity of Jamaican pepper, besides freesia and apple. Later, in the mid development, the aroma becomes floral, with the mixture of Bulgarian rose, heliotrope, jasmine, hibiscus and violet. For the last part, the structure dries down to a woody base, in a blend of Himalayan cedar wood, Mysore sandalwood, labdanum, incense and suede.
The bottle of Lacoste Pour Femme is an example of a perfect design that conveys the contemporary idea on feminine elegance. The slim and transparent glass reveals a champagne hue liquid while being topper by a curved steel cap. The cap is decorated with a woven-look pattern, evoking the classic Lacoste 1212 polo shirt and on the surface of the glass in the upper part there’s a silver crocodile logo. The face present in the advertising campaign is the British model Catherine Hurley, in a short film directed by Nathaniel Goldberg. Lacoste Pour Femme is aimed at the authentic woman that acts on impulse, prepared to enjoy all the surprises in her life.
Lacoste Pour Femme Perfume Details
- Lacoste Pour Femme is available in 15, 30, 50 and 90 ml Eau de Parfum Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 150 ml Shower Gel and 150 ml Body cream; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2003
- Perfumer: Olivier Cresp
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual
Catherine Hurley Video for Lacoste Pour Femme