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Dries van Noten par Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle

Dries Van Noten par Frederic Malle is the first in a series of portraits of designers and brands in the Editions de Parfums collection.


Inspired by the designs and world of Dries Van Noten, Bruno Jovanovic created this perfume based around Mysore Sandalwood, an opening of bergamot and lemon gives lift and makes way to saffron, jasmin and patchouli, with a soft, sweet edge given by vanilla, sacrasol, and peru balsam.

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Dries van Noten 100ml
Price:
£ 184.00
Product Code:
KWD1828
Availability:
Despatch within 3 - 5 days

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Delicious 17 Jun 2016

review by Mariana Dragu

5 out of 5 stars

"Was a beautiful surprise , to find such a gourmand smell, beautiful done as usual by the creator of F Malle perfumes . I love all FM creations"

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An elegant cookie 27 Sep 2013

review by Sabine Cornic

5 out of 5 stars

"The first sniff of Dries van Noten is a surprise. It has a slight fizz to it, in German I would say:"Es bizzelt." And that brings always brings a smile on my face. Very soon that fades and develops into something incredibly soft and smooth, like custard cream, silky panna cotta and the softest buttery biscuit. This sweetness is again unexpected but very pleasant. There is a lot of sandalwood and patchouli to ground it, and for me it stays elegant throughout. An elegant cookie, who would have thought? I usually don't like gourmand scents too much, but this is different, probably not even a real gourmand, and simply delicious. It's perfectly unisex, but I think the softness/elegant juxtaposition will work to better effect on a man and on the Right one this will be incredibly sexy AND comforting, irresistible AND reliable. Dries van Noten is only the first of a new series of scents dedicated to special people that Frederic Malle will curate over time and I am very curious about who he will pick next."

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