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Masquerade (2000)
by Bob Mackie

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Masquerade information

Year of Launch2000
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityDiscontinued
Average Rating
(based on 12 votes)

People and companies

HouseBob Mackie
Parent CompanyElizabeth Arden Inc
Parent Company at launchRiviera Concepts

About Masquerade

Masquerade is a feminine perfume by Bob Mackie. The scent was launched in 2000

Reviews of Masquerade

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Twolf Show all reviews
United States
Came out in 2000 from Bob Mackie, the famous Jamaican couturier, the "Sultan of Sequins". Jan Moran classifies it as Floral Oriental and shows the notes as
Top: Freesia, mandarin, lily of the valley;
Heart: violet, passion flower, jasmine, osmanthus;
Base: sandalwood, musk, woods.

From the little booklet inside my beautiful black box with a butterfly housing a bottle of Masquerade: " Inspired by the unique and feminine Bob Mackie style, Masquerade weaves brilliant colors and lush textures, wrapping you in a blanket of velvet floralcy. Golden Mimosa, Passion Flower and exotic Jasmine are combined with a sensual Cashmere accord of warm woods and sheer musks to complete the luscious experience."

In mood it is a perfect scent for Johan Straus operetta "Die Fledermouse" ("The Bat") where the main hero flirts and falls in love with his own wife at a costume party, as it has the same vitality, sweetness and melodic grace infusing the music and the plot. Aromas of a dark garden on a warm southern night, silk of the dresses, smell of hot skins, whispers, hints, smiles. Misunderstandings, confusion.... Love it, want more people to try it.

Long lasting and compliment gathering.

06th November, 2007

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