A bit complicated this one. Despite what it says above, it's not unisex. It's actually two fragrances (Tristan is the masculine and Yseult is the feminine). The names are from a 12th Century romantic poem. Pierre Cardin has recently produced and opera based on the poem and designed costumes for the characters. In 1972 he made a movie about T&Y too... The masculine scent Cardin describes as "very animal, very sexy" and the feminine is "like the sea, delicate"
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