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C'est La Fête (2007)
by Christian Lacroix

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C'est La Fête information

Year of Launch2007
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
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People and companies

HouseChristian Lacroix
PerfumerJean Jacques
SupplierTakasago

About C'est La Fête

Though the name and bottle are based heavily on 1990's discontinued C'est La Vie, the fragrance juice is completely new.

C'est La Fête fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of C'est La Fête

CoL Show all reviews
United Kingdom
A very quick and simple review - this smells sooooo much like Givenchy Insense!
23rd May, 2012
From looking at the bottle, I thought this would be ultra sweet and fruity and flowery – gaudy and cheap – that’s what the bottle screamed. Okay, the opening IS quite fruity errrm …extremely fruity. But it gradually morphs to a very nicely done white floral which has just a touch of fruit – not so much as to sweeten the mixture too much. If it would stay like this, it would be an excellent fragrance; unfortunately these heart notes don’t last long enough. The excellent white florals all too soon become a sweet, neutrally textured blah floral, which completely lacks oomph of any sort. It is a non synthetic floral / fruit accord but it’s too sweet and not edgy enough for my tastes. The drydown, too is a nicely done sandalwood and vanilla – nicely done but ordinary and could use more longevity. C’est la Fête! is an okay fragrance. It retains an acceptable grasp on all the basics, but, for a 2007 scent, it seems to be already a bit old fashioned and ... generic.
09th March, 2008

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