Fracas For Women By Robert Piguet Parfum, 0.25-Ounce
You need to prove it before die...My Cult Classic!! Inspired by the liberation of France following World War II, French couturier Robert Piquet wanted to create a fragrance that represented Paris's freedom and femininity. He commissioned perfumer Germaine Cellier to create this intoxicating scent. "When a woman wears it, the tuberose mingles with the skin, so it's impossible to tell where her natural scent ends and the perfume begins—that is the definition of a sexy fragrance," says perfumer Frédéric Malle. I loves the fragrance and is difficult to find it. Highly recommend to all classic and feminist women, specially Baby Boomers and Generation X working girls!!
Very classic, bold white floral fragrance. Smells wonderful but it isn't for me. I feel like it'd be wearing me instead of the other way around - but I'm pretty introverted. Love everything about it, though: the scent, the packaging, the name!
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