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Portrait of a Lady by Frederic Malle 100ml

Portrait of a Lady is perhaps Dominique Ropion’s most sublime achievement – an overdose of the finest Turkish rose absolute, blended with raspberry, cassis, clove, cinnamon, patchouli and amber. Simmering and stunning, profound sillage and mysterious alluring sexuality.
Composition: Turkish Rose Absolute - Raspberry - Cassis - Clove - Cinnamon - Patchouli - Amber
Portrait of a Lady 100ml
£ 230.00
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Portrait of a Beauty! 21 Nov 2014

review by Lisa Ihenacho

5 out of 5 stars

"When this stuff dries down I can honestly and unequivocally say that it is the softest most stunningly beautiful fragrance I have ever smelt. So original and edgy -- Its the first unisex perfume that I've fallen in love with! Steals the show effortlessly. Not once have I ever worn this without receiving compliments."


Exquisite and Delicate 29 Nov 2013

review by Cynthia Grant

5 out of 5 stars

"This is an absolutely gorgeous fragrance, and the one which I am most often asked about when I am wearing it It opens like a delicate but fruity rose, and continues into a slightly spicy incense and patchouli Truly gorgeous"


Portrait of a Lady, best in bloom 27 Sep 2013

review by Sabine Cornic

5 out of 5 stars

"She is a rose, of course, this Lady. No surprise here. Velvety petals of the darkest red rose, soft, seductive, rich and and proud. But be aware that his is no innocent rose, probably not even a lady.... She has smoke and spice in her, and sparkling wit. I don't know what parfumeur Dominique Ropion's inspiration was, may be the Henry James novel, but I like to think that it was a very special woman and that he wanted to make any woman wearing his perfume feeling beautiful, seductive and ever so slightly dangerous. It doesn't change all that much on me during the dry down, it just gets a bit softer and lasts amazingly long. I think someone should name a rose after it."