Je Reviens by Worth 3pc Set


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Je Reviens by Worth 3pc Set

Launched in 1932, Je Reviens is a creation by the House of Worth.

A timeless classic, Je Reviens means I will return.

The fragrance is an aldehydic blend of florals including orange blossom, bergamot, violet, clove, rose, jasmine, hyacinth, lilac, orris, ylang-ylang. At the base, a spicy melange of amber, incense, tonka beans, vetiver, musk, moss, and sandalwood linger.

Product Details

  • Top notes: Orange Blossom, Bergamot, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, and Lemon
  • Middle notes: Clove, Rose, Hyacinth, Lilac, Orris Root, Narcissus, and Daffodil
  • Base notes: Amber, Frankincense, Tonka Bean, Vetiver, Musk, Oakmoss, Sandalwood, and Violet

Je Reviens by Worth 3pc Set

The House of Worth is a French house of high fashion that specializes in haute couture, ready-to-wear clothes, and perfumes.

The historic house was founded in 1858 by designer Charles Frederick Worth. It continued to operate under his descendants until 1952 but finally closed in 1956. The House of Worth brand was revived in 1999.

Charles Frederick Worth opened his own design house in 1858 in partnership with Otto Bobergh in Paris at 7 Rue de la Paix.

He had previously worked at Swan & Edgar Ltd and Lewis & Allenby in London and at Maison Gagelin in Paris. It was at Gagelin where he first established his reputation as a dressmaker. In the 1850s his designs for Gagelin won commendations at Universal Expositions in London and Paris.

Je Reviens by Worth for Women 3 Piece Set Includes 1.7 oz Eau de Toilette Spray + 2 x 75g Perfumed Soaps.

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