Liaisons Dangereuses

Eau de Parfum

by By Kilian

Liaisons Dangereuses Sizes Available:
50ml $295
4 x .25oz Travel Spray $195
50ml Refill Refill $195
0.7ml sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Liaisons Dangereuses...
A scrubber on me. All I can smell is musk mixed with fruit, and I''m not a fan of musk. I like most of the By Killian fragrances but not this one.
By   - RN from Denver, CO on 3/4/2016
i applied and within a few minutes the fruityish fresh rose mellowed into something that smelled very familiar, but i couldn''t think what. And then it hit me! My Degree solid antiperspirant! I did a side-by-side and they are awfully close and I actually prefer the Degree! Too much clean laundry musk in this one for me to enjoy it. And not very rosy or "dangereuse" and smells very synthetic to me. My deodorant is way cheaper.
By   - RN from NYC on 9/25/2015
I , if possible, would rate this a 4.8 rather than 5 star. Five star I reserve for the "I can''t Live Without It" category. One of Killian''s other scents - Good Girl Gone Bad gets a 5. However, that being said, Liaisons Dangereuses comes in a very close second. I must have met the perfumer in another life because he seems to have the talent of understanding exactly who I am. I pray he has a long and successful life and NEVER discontinues producing my two favorite fragrances. You may get a description of what essences are contained within the formula, but whatever the unique combination is, it is enough to send me into near euphoria. Had I the financial resources, I would purchase enough to bathe in this perfume on a daily basis.
By   - Retired from Peoria on 10/12/2014
I''ve recently been trying to branch out fromy usual opopponax based scents and I''ve fallen for this pretty hard. Lots of lovely layers that hint at the different notes. I don''t think this is a particularly sexy scent though despite the description!
By   - from Perth Western Australia on 5/21/2014
nothing dangerous about it. interesting, a bit, yes. after a few seconds lily of the valley, and then later something, an attempt at a what a sexy skin would smell like but cheap. hard to explain. reminded me of ''70s. verdict: not interesting or sexy enough to pay $$$.
By   - administrative from san francisco on 10/18/2013
This is really luscious! The rich deep purple fruitiness of prune nestles into dry crisp toasted coconut, where they meld together into a puddle of fragrant goodness. Over time, there is a rich suede accord that wraps it all up.
By   - from Madison, WI on 5/29/2013
Very similar to L''Artisan''s Voleur de Roses to me, a velvety dark rose with plum notes. Liaisons Dangereuses is more complex though, and longer lasting. A very beautiful scent.
By   - from Adelaide on 2/19/2013
I''ll say up front I''m not a rose lover so for me, the rose overpowers the other scents. But I wouldn''t want to take away from the perfume which is very complex with many layers - I guess I''d say I need more "cowbell" (in this case, maybe more prune) and a bit less rose, but I could see for someone who loves florals that this could blow you away. It''s interesting, but just not for me.
By   - Consultant from Weybridge on 11/10/2011
Beautiful. my favorite of the line. I think of a dim bedroom filled with dark silk sheets on a bed where two lovers have exhausted themselves to slumber. Just smooth and rich beyond words. More on the feminine side, but the type of man who can *truly* pull this scent off will only be enhancing his already incredible lady killing skills.
By   - from Las Vegas on 8/11/2011
Wow, what a beautiful scent. A deep, rich and warm fragrance with an initial spicy light pepper and citrus tang that settles into a velvety sweet blackish rose with hints of dried prune, blackcurrant and coconut.As the description says, this fragrance is smooth and complex and I found it to be very long lasting with no diffusing sillage (so you can be greedy and keep it close to yourself all day!)The vanilla, white musk, sandalwood and geranium sit under the rich fruits with just enough force to create a well balanced aroma that is perfect for cold wintery days. Not a rose lover - I found myself being drawn to the wonderful Damascus rose which in this scent is both wild and modern (not an old lady scent at all). It''s like you have a dirty little secret you don''t want to share....Definitely give this one a go and see if it doesn''t give you a wry smile as you wear it.
By   - Designer from Melbourne on 5/31/2011
A lovely mix of rose and other sweet notes. However, this is similar to Givenchy''s Eaudemoiselle which is cheaper.
By   - from London on 5/22/2011
I agree with Anonymous down below, it''s is very much a unisex scent... very metro. It was too sharp for my taste.
By   - therapist from NYC on 3/11/2011
I really like this! On me it smells very fresh and green. I little fruity and musty also. I could never afford it though, LOL.
By  on 1/26/2011
Hmmm, I''m glad so many others liked this but I have to be honest in saying I found it too sweet and a little cheap smelling. There were shades of Exclamation, which I used to bathe in in jr.high but wouldn''t spend over $200 a bottle to smell like now. I''ve been sitting here now for a couple of hours waiting for this scent to redeme itself, there is the promise of something better lurking there in the middle notes...but in the end it just smell like sometime I''d expect a teenage girl to wear.
By   - from Minnesota on 7/27/2010
This is a masterpiece!!! WOW,WOW, WOW!
By   - from Pittsburgh on 6/4/2010
Wow, I have been sampling so many fragrances and think I finally found the perfect scent. This reminds me of a 5 star restaurant, it smells rich, sexy and comforting. Unlike the many other samples - this scent lasts and lingers.
By   - Spa Manager from Sarasota, FL on 1/13/2010
I ordered all the by Kilian scents. I was curious about them and thought I would sample them all. I just knew I would fall for Love and Beyond Love, but much to my surprise I fell hard and fast for Liaisons Dangereuses. This scent is beautiful! I smell fruit and rose, but in a beautiful clean fresh way. This scent is complex and beautiful. My husband loves the smell of this perfume. It is a beautiful ripe fresh scent. I could go on and on about this scent. The other by Kilian scents were okay. The ones I thought I would love just did not stand out like Liaisons Dangereuses.
By   - from NC on 7/7/2009
I received samples of all the By Kilian products and this is my favorite, especially on my husband. He walked out of the house with this on and let''s just say I wish he didn''t have to go in to work. I will have to save up for a bottle of this.....maybe for a special Father''s Day gift.
By   - Wife & Mother from South Florida on 3/16/2009
Kilian has fragrance of good high quality.In this one, I paticularly like the fruty accord that smells to me like "fruits confits" and melon too. It''s quite weird.I won''t buy a full bottle, but it makes me fill Kilian fully worth existing.
By   - student from France on 2/10/2009
Or maybe not a one-night stand but a secret love affair.
By  on 1/28/2009
It smells salty and passionate like a one-night stand. I like it, but it''s not worth the price.
By  on 1/28/2009
i could say a million different things about this fragrance, but the bottom line is THIS SMELLS AMAZING. i have odd tastes in fragrance (if something smelled like horses, i would probably buy it), so the real test is always whether or not I get compliments when wearing something. My partner loved it on me (although, after kissing my neck, admitted it does not taste as good as it smells--pity). My only complaint? In my lifetime i will never make the salary required to buy a full bottle of this.
By   - social worker from Portland on 12/2/2008
It''s just not fair for me to leave a review because I hate fruity scents, especially peach! Keeping that in mind, it is a beautiful scent. If this didnt have peach in it, i think I would love it! When I get wiffs of this, all i can smell is the peach (only because I can always smell the note dont like), but when I put my nose to my wrist, it smells wonderful! Is it the cinnamon that is giving it a comforting warmth?
By   - stay home mommy from dewey, ok on 8/27/2008
Wow. And here I thought I didn''t like blackcurrant. Turns out I do like blackcurrant, I just don''t like it in a cheap perfume. This is the "fruity-floral" that all those lame department store fragrances only wish there. Yes, it does have a lot of fruity notes in it, but do not be afraid. This is not some insipid teen fragrance. The difference between this fragrance and all the many fruity florals out there is like the difference between Godiva''s dark chocolate and Coco Puffs. This is rich and deep and grown-up. I know I''ve avoided anything too fruity for years since they all tend to smell the same. But this is unique and easy to wear--give it a whirl!
By  on 8/9/2008
Unisex?? More like metrosexual...
By  on 7/30/2008
This is lovely. A sexy summer scent. It reminds me of a limited edition Escada from about 10 years ago called Que Viva.
By   - journalist from Greater L.A. on 6/16/2008
so lusciously alluring, its my new go to scent. the rose and plummy notes make this a sweet , seductive scent for big girls who like big trouble. iirresistible
By   - JOURNALIST from NYC on 5/29/2008
Just recieved my sample and loved it. This is so unique and classy. The Damascus rose comes through beautifully and the other notes compliment each other so well.
By   - student from Lake Stevens WA on 5/2/2008
Wow. this is gorgeous! I was really surprised after reading all the ingredients of this perfume, I thought it would be too overwhelming, but it was not and the blend is wonderful. It''s difficult to describe this scent, it has the prune and peachiness notes that are easily detected at the beginning, but something about this scent is soft and lovely. It does warm up and the dry down is rich.
By   - Museum employee from NYC on 4/26/2008
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