Agent Provocateur Fatale (W) EDP 100ML


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Agent Provocateur Fatale (W) EDP 100ML, outrageously bold and enticing top note is a striking blend of spicy Pink Pepper from Madagascar, juxtaposed with succulent Mango and exotic Blackcurrant for an indescribably mysterious opening sensation. The voluptuous floral heart seduces with uber-feminine, heavenly Gardenia, edged with elegant, woody, violet-scented Orris Absolute, and sweet yet dark and sophisticated, smoky touches of Indonesian Patchouli. An addictive base of sultry, sensual Skin Musk, creamy Vanilla Orchid, irresistible Chocolate Gourmand and leathery Spanish Labdanum deliver depth and aphrodisiac qualities to complete the seduction.

Experience the captivating allure of Agent Provocateur Fatale (W) 100ML. Indulge in the seductive and alluring notes that embody feminine sensuality. Embrace your inner temptress and exude confidence and allure with this sophisticated fragrance. Whether as a personal indulgence or a gift for someone special, Agent Provocateur Fatale is a perfect choice. Make a statement with this irresistible fragrance and leave a lasting impression wherever you go. Unleash your seductive side with Agent Provocateur Fatale.

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      We offer NZ’s best prices for a discerning market. Enjoy prices that are a cut above bargain basement and well below department stores. Our fragrances are the genuine article, but it is the integrity or quality of the perfume that matters. There are many reasons why perfumes spoil, often well before they are purchased by the consumer. Heat is the biggest culprit (that we term baked, like wine).


      Many perfume discounters use sea freight for a month or so without climate control in a metal container ( New York to Auckland) plus however long they sit on the dock. At Designer Direct we only use Air Freight. Costly but your nose will love you.


      The cheaper the fragrance, the less of a bargain you’re getting, and the more likely it was stored with a lack of climate-controlled warehousing. Both our NZ stores where we ship orders from have climate control.