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Fleur de Cabotine (2007)
by Grès

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Fleur de Cabotine information

Year of Launch2007
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityDiscontinued
Average Rating
(based on 12 votes)

People and companies

HouseGrès
PerfumerJean-Claude Delville
PerfumerJean-Pierre Béthouart
PackagingFabrice Legros

About Fleur de Cabotine

Fleur de Cabotine is a feminine perfume by Grès. The scent was launched in 2007 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Jean-Pierre Béthouart and Jean-Claude Delville. The bottle was designed by Fabrice Legros

Reviews of Fleur de Cabotine

Like a very expensive clothes-dryer sheet. Lovely, if that's what you want to smell like. I happen to love it - it makes me feel incredibly clean. It's better than rubbing yourself down with fabric softener - very clean ,very clean - lots of galaxolide from what my nose tells me.
31st October, 2010
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United Kingdom
I agree this is rather unisex! Very bright and uplifting in a different way to a citrus fragrance. Sweet but not sickly, I love it!
28th June, 2010
Notably sweet floral fragrance that is light and versatile. Though I don't quite see a woman wearing this to work, it's more casual wear. Perhaps for an early spring evening when the air is still a bit chilly. Anyways, lots of florals and musk here and you darned well better like musk. No dominant floral except lily which I find is usually in the sweeter floral fragrances (except DK Gold, that was peppery). Fleur de Cabotine dries down into a sweet musky woodsy base. Men who enjoy wearing florals with a woodsy musky base could pull this one off and it's an EdT.
10th December, 2009

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