Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense (W) EDP 90ml


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About Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense

Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense (W) EDP 90ml is a Amber Floral fragrance for women. Le Parfum Eau de Parfum Intense was launched in 2013. The nose behind this fragrance is Francis Kurkdjian. Top note is Orange Blossom; middle notes are Honey, Ylang-Ylang and Rose; base notes are Amber and Patchouli.

  • An oriental floral fragrance for contemporary women.
  • Intense, bright, sweet, deep, voluptuous & long-lasting.
  • Top notes of orange blossom.
  • Heart notes of ylang-ylang, rose & honey.
  • Base notes of amber & patchouli.
  • Launched in 2013.
  • Recommended for evening or colder seasons wear.

More About Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense

The scents of orange blossom and rose honey are what make the signature of the Elie Saab perfume line. Perfumer Francis Kurkdjian created this collection so that every part of it (every version of the perfume) depicts a period of daylight. The debut, Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense (W) EDP 90ml from 2011, reflects the sparkling light of midday.

About Elie Saab

“As the sun slips below the horizon, the senses become inflamed. Ultra-sensual, she steps forth in a shimmering sheath dress. The embodiment of ultimate femininity. A regal bearing, a confident stride… She knows that she will not be easily forgotten. And her fragrance reflects her persona, mysterious and enchanting.

Elie Saab Le Parfum Intense fragrance is announced as ultra sensual and feminine. Its oriental-floral composition opens with bright orange blossom accord. The heart includes intoxicating and opulent flower of ylang-ylang mixed with rose honey. The base consists of patchouli and amber accord.

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