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    More Details Frederic Malle Outrageous Perfume, 3.4 oz./ 100 mL Details About the Perfume: The idea for Outrageous poured out of a Caipirinha cocktail in Brazil: samba on the beach, bursts of orange and blue in low light, crashing waves and the ecstatic laughs of the young and sexy. Outrageous is an explosion of bergamot, tangerine and green apple against a lusty backdrop of cinnamon, musk and ambroxan. It's dramatic, festive and colorful, what Frédéric likes to call "clean sex appeal." 100 mL / 3.4 fl. oz. About the Perfumer: A cornerstone of contemporary perfumery, Sophia Grojsman was born in Belarus. She recalls when, very young, she would rather smell roses, jasmine, and flowers around the house than play with her toys. After studying chemistry, she immigrated to New York and joined the IFF laboratories where she learned her trade with Ernest Shiftan, one of the greatest American perfumers in history. She was the first perfumer to reverse the classic proportions of perfumes. Sophia Grojsman is also famous for her fascination for roses, which she uses in most of her creations. At Frédéric Malle's request, she applied herself for the first time to the art of scented candles. Designer
    $160.00
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    More Details Frederic Malle Outrageous Perfume, 1.0 oz./ 30 mL Details About the Perfume: The idea for Outrageous poured out of a Caipirinha cocktail in Brazil: samba on the beach, bursts of orange and blue in low light, crashing waves and the ecstatic laughs of the young and sexy. Outrageous is an explosion of bergamot, tangerine and green apple against a lusty backdrop of cinnamon, musk and ambroxan. It's dramatic, festive and colorful, what Frédéric likes to call "clean sex appeal." About the Perfumer: A cornerstone of contemporary perfumery, Sophia Grojsman was born in Belarus. She recalls when, very young, she would rather smell roses, jasmine, and flowers around the house than play with her toys. After studying chemistry, she immigrated to New York and joined the IFF laboratories where she learned her trade with Ernest Shiftan, one of the greatest American perfumers in history. She was the first perfumer to reverse the classic proportions of perfumes. Sophia Grojsman is also famous for her fascination for roses, which she uses in most of her creations. At Frédéric Malle's request, she applied herself for the first time to the art of scented candles. 1.0 oz. / 30 mL Designer
    $80.00
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    More Details Frederic Malle Outrageous Travel Perfume Refill, 0.3 oz./ 10 mL Details About the Perfume: The idea for Outrageous poured out of a Caipirinha cocktail in Brazil: samba on the beach, bursts of orange and blue in low light, crashing waves and the ecstatic laughs of the young and sexy. Outrageous is an explosion of bergamot, tangerine and green apple against a lusty backdrop of cinnamon, musk and ambroxan. It's dramatic, festive and colorful, what Frédéric likes to call "clean sex appeal." 10 mL / 0.34 fl. oz. About the Perfumer: A cornerstone of contemporary perfumery, Sophia Grojsman was born in Belarus. She recalls when, very young, she would rather smell roses, jasmine, and flowers around the house than play with her toys. After studying chemistry, she immigrated to New York and joined the IFF laboratories where she learned her trade with Ernest Shiftan, one of the greatest American perfumers in history. She was the first perfumer to reverse the classic proportions of perfumes. Sophia Grojsman is also famous for her fascination for roses, which she uses in most of her creations. At Frédéric Malle's request, she applied herself for the first time to the art of scented candles. Designer
    $35.00
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    More Details Frederic Malle Superstitious Perfume, 1.7 oz./ 50 mL Details The scent of a dress. The rustling of a woman's dress, its scent elusive and unidentifiable, is one of life's many mysteries. A classic floral aldehydic perfume structures Alber Elbaz's free-flowing vision, of an elaborate fabric in which a woman can find her own beauty: Turkish rose oil and Egyptian jasmine, enhanced by a touch of peach, rest on a bed of amber and frankincense imbued with Haitian vetiver. A final touch of aldehydes sharpens the perfume's opulence with an urban edge. Unaccountable beauty. About the Perfumer: Dominique Ropion trained at the legendary Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory before going to work with Jean-Louis Sieuzac, one of the perfumery world's great technicians. Today he is a star perfumer at IFF. What makes Ropion's work special is the mix of precision and freedom, and his quest to create new, harmonious accords by pairing ingredients, which are polar opposites. An adventurer who abandons himself to instinct, Dominique Ropion is also extremely rigorous in the final stages of the formulation of each of his fragrances. 1.7 oz./ 50 mL Designer
    $265.00
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    More Details Frederic Malle Superstitious Travel Perfume Refill, 0.3 oz./ 10 mL Details The scent of a dress. The rustling of a woman's dress, its scent elusive and unidentifiable, is one of life's many mysteries. A classic floral aldehydic perfume structures Alber Elbaz's free-flowing vision, of an elaborate fabric in which a woman can find her own beauty: Turkish rose oil and Egyptian jasmine, enhanced by a touch of peach, rest on a bed of amber and frankincense imbued with Haitian vetiver. A final touch of aldehydes sharpens the perfume's opulence with an urban edge. Unaccountable beauty. About the Perfumer: Dominique Ropion trained at the legendary Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory before going to work with Jean-Louis Sieuzac, one of the perfumery world's great technicians. Today he is a star perfumer at IFF. What makes Ropion's work special is the mix of precision and freedom, and his quest to create new, harmonious accords by pairing ingredients, which are polar opposites. An adventurer who abandons himself to instinct, Dominique Ropion is also extremely rigorous in the final stages of the formulation of each of his fragrances. .34 oz./ 10 mL Designer
    $78.00
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    More Details Frederic Malle Superstitious Perfume, 3.4 oz./ 100 mL Details The scent of a dress. The rustling of a woman's dress, its scent elusive and unidentifiable, is one of life's many mysteries. A classic floral aldehydic perfume structures Alber Elbaz's free-flowing vision, of an elaborate fabric in which a woman can find her own beauty: Turkish rose oil and Egyptian jasmine, enhanced by a touch of peach, rest on a bed of amber and frankincense imbued with Haitian vetiver. A final touch of aldehydes sharpens the perfume's opulence with an urban edge. Unaccountable beauty. About the Perfumer: Dominique Ropion trained at the legendary Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory before going to work with Jean-Louis Sieuzac, one of the perfumery world's great technicians. Today he is a star perfumer at IFF. What makes Ropion's work special is the mix of precision and freedom, and his quest to create new, harmonious accords by pairing ingredients, which are polar opposites. An adventurer who abandons himself to instinct, Dominique Ropion is also extremely rigorous in the final stages of the formulation of each of his fragrances. 3.4 oz./ 100 mL Designer
    $390.00
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    More Details Hermès Calèche Eau de Toilette Spray, 3.3 oz./ 100 mL Details The Classic Collection Calèche Written in 1961 by Guy Robert, Calèche was Hermès' first fragrance for women. A highly feminine, woody, chypre floral, its name refers to the horse-drawn carriages that are emblematic of the house. Calèche is a novel that dazzles with the beauty of its raw materials, from the joyfulness of citrus fruit to the modernity of aldehyde notes; from the floral heart embellished with ylang-ylang, rose and jasmine to the woody, chypre sillage underscored by the nobility of the iris. Eau de Toilette The first fragrance for women by Hermès. The elegance of vetiver, matched with jasmine, rose and iris. 3.3 oz./ 100 mL
    $159.00
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    More Details Hermès Calèche Soie de Parfum Spray, 1.6 oz./ 50 mL Details The Classic Collection Calèche Written in 1961 by Guy Robert, Calèche was Hermès' first fragrance for women. A highly feminine, woody, chypre floral, its name refers to the horse-drawn carriages that are emblematic of the house. Calèche is a novel that dazzles with the beauty of its raw materials, from the joyfulness of citrus fruit to the modernity of aldehyde notes; from the floral heart embellished with ylang-ylang, rose and jasmine to the woody, chypre sillage underscored by the nobility of the iris. Soie de Parfum A highly feminine fragrance in which the nobility of iris is underscored by generous sandalwood. 1.6 oz./ 50 mL
    $140.00