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Rouge (2007)
by Christian Lacroix


Rouge information

Year of Launch2007
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 33 votes)

People and companies

HouseChristian Lacroix
PerfumerLaurent Le Guernec
PerfumerCarlos Benaim
Parent CompanyInter Parfums

About Rouge

Rouge is a feminine perfume by Christian Lacroix. The scent was launched in 2007 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Carlos Benaim and Laurent Le Guernec

Rouge fragrance notes

Reviews of Rouge

This is one of my personal favorites. I am partial to fragrances with osmanthus, especially when they include more fresh and spicy elements to cut the sweetness a bit as this one does. I find it a very smooth scent with the spicy woody elements remaining mild and serving to round out the fragrance and let the fresh florals shine.
16th November, 2016
I don't agree with the description here...I primarily smell grapefruit with this scent.
my husband loves it to death...I am ok with it...would buy again.
this perfume is not in production now...2013
04th March, 2013
I guess I just don't like the fruity ones. Blind bought this, love the bottle, but it doesn't work for me. It's not vile by any means, but I'll probably try to resell it.
19th May, 2012
i like the bottle design.For the scent, i feel it very orange, very green and quite sharp. Not my taste. White pepper... i'd rather prefer pink pepper.
14th June, 2011
The First Notes Woodsy Methol Spices &
Pepper Like your in a Genie's Bottle very exotic then in a couple of minutes
it changes in a orangy Scent
Very Innovative.
I Will give this a 5.
16th August, 2010
Very nice fragrance- I love the warm citrus opening, as well as its floral development- and I thought I didn't like peony fragrances! This one proves me wrong...
09th May, 2010

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