Avon's description of Celebre: "Comes with vibrant notes of white peach, waterfruits, jasmine and magnolia finished with a hint of woody scents and precious amber."
Two of my office friens like and use it. It is nice in very common sense. Peaches and jasmine is a combination of an summer verenda. Who does not like to eat peaches laziliy in a summer verenda? It is also a catchy fragrance. Being catchy is good for a fragrance to make it popular but as it happens in music; being catchy is not good for becoming a classic. Every one likes simple tunes that they can play whistling but they can become boring easily. So it happens to celebre.