Black Opium Floral Shock by Yves Saint Laurent 90ml


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Black Opium Floral Shock by Yves Saint Laurent 90ml

This Eau de Parfum was launched in 2017 after the huge success that was the original BLACK OPIUM. Created by the same perfumers Marie Salamagne, Nathalie Lorson, Honorine Blanc and Olivier Cresp.

More fresh, more floral with a unique note of Iced Coffee. The SHOCK is from the citrusy blast in the top notes.

Let its vibrant and floral notes awaken your senses and ignite your adventurous spirit. Choose Black Opium Floral Shock to make a statement and leave a lasting impression with its bold and addictive trail.

Product Details

  • Top notes: Lemon, Mandarin, Pear, and Freesia
  • Heart notes: Gardenia, Orange Blossom, and Floral notes
  • Base notes: White Musk, Mineral notes, Iced Coffee, and Amber wood

Black Opium Floral Shock by Yves Saint Laurent 90ml

A fresh and invigorating interpretation of the iconic Black Opium coffee signature, Black Opium Floral Shock delivers a shot of sensuality like the morning’s first jolt of espresso. The iconic coffee and vanilla accord is now with new floral notes of gardenia and orange blossom that add the instant cool feeling of a sea breeze—it’s Black Opium on ice.

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About the Brand

The history of the House of Saint Laurent is a colorful one, defined specifically by its founder’s Le Smoking tuxedo and Hedi Slimane’s brand overhaul. This is what makes the Parisian fashion label so culturally significant.

When Yves Saint Laurent founded his namesake fashion house in 1961, he introduced a revolutionary take on women’s clothing. Inspired by the structure of menswear and the feeling of power that came with wearing it, his approach was a celebration of gender fluidity that shook the fashion industry.

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