The most female of feminine perfumes. There is nothing remotely masculine about this; it’s 100% girly to the core – including notes and design. The opening begins with a touch of peonies – its petals delicately releasing a sweet scent – wafting through the breeze as light purple freesia comes in and gives a subtle scent gentle and innocent. Lychee dries the top notes and adds sexiness. Powdery rose is evident here with a bit of a picante scent as the delicate buds of lily of the valley glide though the notes. Magnolia, similar to the rose, also brings spiciness but with a faint honey accord. The base is cedar and amber.
ounded by French designer Gaby Agihon in 1952
Chloe was one of the first fashion houses to create chic ready-to-wear with couture sensibilities
breezy, feminine designs made from luxurious fabrics and infused with keen details
The package dimension of the product is 4″L x 5″W x 4″H