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Flowerhead is strong and harsh. Really, really harsh. The only flower scent I can differentiate is Lilly of the Valley, which isn't even listed in the scent notes. I generally enjoy Lilly of the Valley, but not in this. Did I say it was harsh? So much that it makes my eyes burn.
By   - Fundraiser  from Monroe, VA on 9/21/2020
Bubble gum and heady white flowers with a bright unapologetic tuberose stealing the show. This could so easily have turned into a gaudy Giorgio mess, but despite some familiar notes from the past, it feels fresh and original. If you are a tuberose fan, don't hesitate to sample this one.
By   - founder from Providence on 6/3/2018
This smells alot like Carolina Herrera's fragrance from many years ago with black and white polka dots on the outside of the box and bright yellow lining the inside. Lots of sillage and longevity.
By   - Programmer from Chicago on 5/18/2018
The smell is very lovely, balanced and pleasant, but I felt dizzy after tried the sample...
By   - Student from Pittsburgh on 2/19/2018
I usually don't go for big florals but this one is amazing! Not too sweet with just the right amount of suede on the dry down! I highly recommend!
By   - artist from New York on 12/2/2015
I certainly don't think this the strongest fragrance I have ever smelled, not even close. Byredo scents in general tend to have a sort of freshness to them, even the "dark" ones, and this is no exception. But, there is a potency to it that is unexpected, and out of the gate, it is somewhat sharp. First and foremost, this is a floral fragrance, and like Byredo's La Tulipe and Inflorescence, it's very clean and very bright - no sweetness, no headiness, no indoles in sight. Then a spicy note, from the angelica seeds I believe, emerges, and to my nose, it's becomes almost a duel between flowers and spice from there on out. After a few hours, everything eventually mellows down to cozy soft, warm dry down thanks to the suede. Sillage is huge, I put a tiny bit (a drop, not a spray) on my wrist and my whole arm was completely overwhelmed, and longevity is above average, easily about 10-23 hours through the dry down. If you like spicy florals, and you spray lightly, I would give this a try. But if you have a sensitive nose, I would proceed with caution.
By   - from LA on 12/18/2014
This is possibly the strongest fragrance I have ever experienced. The flowers all come screaming out of the bottle and they stick around. One spray and the entire house was scented. My husband asked me why I had sprayed air freshener. I cannot believe that his appeals to anyone, unless perhaps you want a marching band announcing your impending arrival. They should switch names with Viktor & Rolf. This is a flower bomb.
By  on 6/18/2014
I don't love most white florals, but this one knocked my socks off. The most natural pairing of tropical florals I've ever had the pleasure to sniff and the suede touch is just genius. Perfect for summer or just any time you need to feel gorgeous. Big fbw on this one.
By   - Designer from WA state on 5/6/2014
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