Floral Aldehyde Fragrances

Valentino Eau de Parfum – A Chic Feminine Fragrance

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Valentino Eau de Parfum was a perfume introduced by the Italian fashion house back in 2009. And I said “was” because reportedly, as part of the new deal with Puig, established in 2010, all the previous fragrances of the company produced under the license of Unilever and then Procter & Gamble were discontinued. Anyway, this […]

Yves Saint Laurent Parisienne Eau de Toilette – Living a Fantastic Life in Paris

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The soft version of 2009’s Parisienne was introduced by Yves Saint Laurent in June, one year later, under the name Parisienne Eau de Toilette. Described as a floral aldehyde, this feminine fragrance was obviously inspired by the Paris atmosphere in which a woman lives a life full of mysteries and sensuality. The original seemed interesting […]

D&G Dolce&Gabbana – A Classic Feminine Perfume

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I was already familiar with D&G, the first ever perfume from Dolce&Gabbana, a feminine floral aldehyde introduced in 1994, when my aunt presented it to me at the beginning of this year, as her new acquisition. After this episode, I decided to write a couple of things about it. D&G brings a classic, feminine and […]

John Galliano by John Galliano – An Extremely Personal Fragrance

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It was the end of the year 2008 when I managed to sniff the first olfactory creation conceived by the brilliant mind of John Galliano, thanks to a tester received by my wife (who was my girlfriend at that time). The smell was absolutely enchanting, matched in intensity and sophistication only by Tom Ford Black […]