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Arpege is the only one I have ever been complimented on in my lunchtime restaurant. I also loved it because my mom wore it in the 70’s and I used to smell the bottle as a kid. She doesn’t wear it anymore but I loved it on her, so I decided to try it myself.I spritzed it on to suit myself, but I got a whole lot more out of it today. I love it on me and I get a lot of compliments which I wasn’t expecting from this.How does it do that without smelling weird at some point? I especially like some of the early vintages, and it's worth trying a few versions to find one that's perfect for you. The aldyhedes and florals in this version are still remarkably fresh with undertones of powdery musk. If Arpege were hiding between new Estee Lauder fragrances, you’d never know it was launched in the 1920s.Arpege is something I would wear to a “shareholder’s meeting”.
It’s a truly lovely fragrance that I will always own or keep. This is one of the wonderful aromas of my mother as she and my dad had their weekly night out.
The musky florals of this era are both masculine and feminine at the same time.
For me, they convey the message, “you don’t know what my game is, so don’t mess with me”. Curent version of perfume is saddly weaker then before, like five time used tea bag. For me it´s one of worst perfume reformulation and it´s heartbreaking.
Top notes are: bergamot, aldehide, peach, orange bloom, honeysuckle, orris.
In the heart there are: rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, coriander, sensitive plant, tuberose, violet, and geranium.
The new flacon of Arpege 120 has been available in two amounts, 50 and 100 ml, since October 2009.