Found a mini of this at one of my thrift stores. Quick sniff, loved the flacon...home it went.
1996. White frosted glass. Fresh, watery, ozonic floral. Put this one right in line with Issey Miyake and CK one. Smells very much like a lost member of Klein's "One" and "BE" family of scents. I don't really know the original Miyake, but I'm guessing it's very much like Chloe Innocence. What I'm smelling is decidedly unisex, very clean, with lovely top-notes that border on the aldehydic without being synthetically headache inducing. It's light and fresh, but there's a darker note lingering in the background which gives this one some real character. It's a shame that some of these "also ran" fragrances that are produced to cash in on a trend are often better than the trendsetter they're emulating. They're put out to pasture pretty quick too. Such seems to be the case with Chloe Innocence. This is growing on me fast, but I don't want to fall in love with a ghost fragrance. Funny, the bottle kind of looks like a ghost too.
I love it. It smells soft, flowery , fresh and feminine. One of the fragrance that blended really well with my body chemistry.
This parfum is great is magnific
A romantic perfume...My sister's one!
It's a pitty it's not available anymore.
The bottle designer is SAINT GOBIN