FIDJI by GUY LAROCHE 100ml
Fidji Eau de Toilette by Guy Laroche is a Floral fragrance for women. Fidji Eau de Toilette was launched in 1966. The nose behind this fragrance is Josephine Catapano. Top notes are Hyacinth, Galbanum, iris, Bergamot, Lemon and Tuberose; middle notes are Aldehydes, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, Cloves, Orris Root, Violet, Spicy Notes and Rose; base notes are Oakmoss, Vetiver, Sandalwood, resins, Musk, Amber and Patchouli.
Fidji stands for the name of the islands located in southern part of the Pacific. Just there, on one of the Fidji islands (where the managers of the house were at their vacation), the idea of first Guy Laroche perfume was born. Fidji has become incredibly popular, because it is the perfume from the sunny islands, far and attractive. The fresh wave of galbanum, hyacinth, lemon, bergamot and meet the floral heart across rose, jasmine, violet, ylang-ylang. Spicy floral nuance of carnation gives its harshness and makes the character of the composition stronger. The base is combined of: musk, patchouli, sandal, amber, vetiver, moss. The perfume was made by Josephine Catapano in 1966.
Established in 1957, Guy Laroche is an eponymous brand founded by the French fashion designer. While creating the brand, the founder had a clear aim in mind: liberating women’s bodies away from the New Look, towards a comfortable, understated elegance both “refined and discreet”. He wished to update both the old tradition and the end product – but never, ever undermine its quality.
Soon, Guy Laroche launched Guy Laroche Monsieur, an equally emancipated line that offered flannel jackets, shirt jackets, and that paired corduroy suits with turtle neck sweaters. The company also started making perfumes. In 1987, the designer was awarded the Légion d’Honneur by the French government. Today, the company is led by its creative director Marcel Marongiu.
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