Floral

FLORAL
Fragrances that are dominated by a scent from one particular flower are classified as belonging to the Floral Olfactive Family, in French called a soliflore. (e.g. Serge Lutens' Sa Majeste La Rose, which is dominated by rose.) A floral bouquet contains the combination of several flowers for one global scent.
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Soliflores»
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Floral Bouquets»
- One particular flower is exalted : lily of the valley, rose violet, jasmine, narcisse, gardenia, lilas, lily...
- Copying nature to make easily recognizable scents.
Always inspired by floral gardens mixing easily recognizable scents.
Chloé
(Chloé 1975)
Un Lys 
(Shiseido 1997)
Anaïs Anaïs
(Cacharel 1979)
Beautiful
(Estee Lauder 1986)
Diorissimo
(Dior 1956)
    L’Air du Temps
(Nina Ricci 1947)
Trésor 
(Lancôme 1990)
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Variations»
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Variations»
Trickle down versions of floral notes combined with other accords
Floral, aldehyde :
Trickle down versions of floral notes combined with other accords
Floral, Green:
N°5
(Chanel 1921)
Rive Gauche femme
(YSL 1971)
Chanel 19
(Chanel 1970)
Chamade
(Guerlain 1969)
Madame Rochas
(Rochas 1960)
    Cabotine
(Grès 1990)
Fidji
(Guy Laroche 1966)
        Pleasures
(Estée Lauder 1995)
   
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Variations»
EXAMPLES OF FLORAL SCENTS
«Variations»
Trickle down versions of floral notes combined with other accords
Floral, Fruity:
Trickle down versions of floral notes combined with other accords
Floral, Ozonic, Aquatic:
J’Adore
(Dior 1999)
Les Belles de Ricci
(Nina Ricci 1996)
Aquawoman
(Rochas 2002)
L’Eau par Kenzo
(Kenzo 1996)
Amor Amor
(Cacharel 2003)
Island Kiss
(Escada 2004)
Cool Water woman
(Davidoff 1996)
L’Eau d’Issey
(Issey Miyaké 1992)
Insolence
(Guerlain 2006)
    Acqua di Gio
(Giorgio Armani 1996)
   
 
INDEX
HISTORY OF PERFUMES OLFACTIVE FAMILIES FOUGERE CHYPRES WOODY
PERFUME TALK CITRUS FLORAL AMBER / ORIENTAL LEATHER
 
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