This is an Anne Klein scent, distributed by Rubinstein, thus the logo at the top of the page is incorrect.
This was launched in 1976.
Top notes: Bergamot, Lemon, Plum, Hyacinth
Heart notes: Carnation, Orris, Lily, Jasmine, Rose
Base notes: Sandalwood, Cedar, Musk, Moss
Don't get excited. This is a bland chypre. Barbara Herman called it a fresh floral with a chypre base. My vintage mini was not. She encountered "citrus and plum, then a buttery sandalwood with musk and moss." Her nose is better than mine.
I found just a warm, round, buttery-yes, chypre with nothing original or outstanding in the entire experience. For me, just another dud from the 1970s. What a God-forsaken decade in the history of scent.
I have the Anne Klein Blazer, same perfume?
Oh, I love me some 70's strident feminist don't-look-at-my-tits perfumes. Reminiscent of Aliage, but more business. I have no idea what the notes are, but to me it smells like a green oakmoss, little vetiver on top a very light lily. I wish women were allowed to smell like this again, feminine but direct.