COUTURE COUTURE by JUICY COUTURE 100ml
COUTURE COUTURE by JUICY COUTURE 100ml is an oriental floral fragrance for women introduced in 2009. Top notes are mandarin orange, African orange flower and grapefruit; middle notes are jasmine, honeysuckle and plum; base notes are amber, vanilla and sandalwood. Available as 50 and 100 ml EDP.
Introducing Juicy Couture’s ‘it girl’ fragrance. Where she goes, the party follows. Her rule? Do the don’ts-show off, be loud, spoil yourself, talk to strangers-and love life! This scent opens with a top of succulent pink grape accord frolicking in a field of natural orange flower and mandarin. A heart of blushed plum and honeysuckle flirts with bold star jasmine. At back, creamy sandalwood lazes with moist amber in a haze of rich vanilla. Mix it with love and make the world smell good. Juicy Couture is busting out with a decadent new scent. Let this ‘it girl’ fragrance inspire you to show off, be loud, talk to strangers, make a scene, and love life.
Fragrance notes: Pink Grape, Orange Flower, Mandarin, Plum, Honeysuckle, Sandalwood
Juicy Couture, Inc. (Juicy), an upscale American fashion apparel company, became a subsidiary of Liz Claiborne, Inc., in April 2003. The Juicy brand of women’s and men’s clothing is available in some 30,000 retail establishments worldwide, as well as in freestanding Juicy Couture stores. Under the parentage of Liz Claiborne, Juicy is managed by co-founders Gela Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy, who serve as co-presidents of the company. Claiborne, whose image is rather conservative, nevertheless allowed Juicy Couture to operate autonomously and to remain as colorful as its co-founders, Gela Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy.
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