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Vivage
by Louis Féraud

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Vivage information

GenderFeminine
AvailabilityDiscontinued
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HouseLouis Féraud
Parent CompanyPerfumer's Workshop

About Vivage

Vivage is a feminine perfume by Louis Féraud.

Reviews of Vivage

This must be one of the last undiscovered gems out there. A classic floribunda with a rich chypre base, Vivage approximates an offering from an 80s top-tier design house. It was crafted by Jean-Pierre Bethouart, the perfumer of such iconic fragrances as the Boucheron signature scents for women and men, Ange e Demon (edp and, my favorite, extrait),and Caron's Parfum Sacre. Like its siblings, Vivage is a class act, as are Louis Feraud's other collaborations with Avon in the 80s: Fantasque, Cote d"Azur, & Jour.

My vintage new bottle of Eau de Cologne starts off with a bright woody note. The grapefruit adds an unusual and refreshing twist to the top. The Pink Pepper is nothing like the obnoxious and synthetic feeling PP that abounds in today's fruitchoulis.

The heart surprises with a blast of powdery florals, dominated by cherry blossom & heliotrope contrasted with ripe tart fruit & beeswax.

The woody notes persevere throughout, and this fragrance becomes linear after about 15 minutes. The sillage is big and the longevity absurd- all day, as an Avon fragrance should perform! Vivage touts the classic Avon musk base, but it is carried oh-so-beautifully by an unexpected host of quality ingredients. Well worth the $15 a bottle can be found for.
18th August, 2017
If the original Oscar de la Renta and Jaclyn Smith's California had a baby, this would be it.

I liked the gentle floral/sweet blend (there may have been some vanilla or honeyed sandalwood in the base) and thought of it very much as a daytime fragrance. Only later did I learn that Louis Feraud released a fragrance called "Jour." Didn't rock my world, but I still love the beautiful abstract watercolor box.
05th January, 2017
Somewhat sweetish chypre-floral, rather similar to the 1980s reissue of Coty Chypre and also Shocking You by Schiapparelli, but cheaper smelling and less interesting than both of those.
08th October, 2011

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