A captivating and voluptuous fragrance of true femininity,confident in her charm,in harmony with the unmistakable glamour of AGENT PROVOCATIVE.L'AGENT is richer and an even more sexy than the original.the ingredients so impressive on a femme fatale who knows where she is going.incredibly sexy and sure to turn heads.in other words:Decadent,Smoky,Drak,Spicy, Confident,Attractive,Sultry,Intriguing and Intrepid.
Pink pepper with an distinct ylang ylang note spicy top note,while the feminine tuberose,jasmine,rose and granium of the core.at the base is a voluptuous trail of warm amber and smoky incence,myrh,patchouli and labdanum,L'AGENT stands for a modern heiress who knows who to play with her sensual aura.i am not impressed with the opening but the dry downs one of the most sensual and sophisticated feminine perfume I've ever smelled.definitely reserved for winter evenings.
Longevity?+8 hours on my skin.
L'Agent opens with a sultry pairing of incense and patchouli, followed by several lovely floral notes which soften it right up. It's smoky & mysterious, but also light & feminine. It actually reminds me of a slightly less heady, creamier version of YSL's 'Opium'. I would definitely suggest L'Agent as a cheaper alternative for Opium fans, and a must-have for anyone who loves the rich aroma of incense.
I expected this to have more DNA with Agent Provocateur, but my instantaneous association was with Lyric Woman by Amouage, and similar big luscious, rich semi-fruity orientals.
Instantly likeable with incense, myrrh, patchouli, spice and added pheromones. I should like this more than I do, but I said the same thing about Lyric Woman. It may be the deep fruitiness. They seem bathed in a rich, dark plum pudding.
It was said this one is more sexy than AP, and darker, maybe better. I don't see that at all. Agent Provocateur has real character to it, and even though it was near the forefront of a bulging rose, patchouli, saffron new-chypre genre, it hasn't been replaced in my mind. What it has that L'Agent lacks is a wonderful dry powdery sassiness. L'Agent seems a little serious and earnest next to it, as accessible as it is. Just not my style.
10th March, 2015 (last edited: 24th March, 2015)
Another fantastic fragrance from Agent Provocateur- full of seductive personality and considerable depth. At first, its very niche smelling, you know straight away that this is not a watery thin mainstream offering and its not a fragrance for frou-frou, fruity-floral devotees. Its going to take an assertive woman who likes to cross over to the dark side once in a while, to wear this.
Woodsy, spicy, resinous and bold, a certain dusty cinnamon-like spice immediately reminds me of Lutens' Rousse. The familiar dry chypre aspect of the original AP is definitely present, but this time, the brittle-dry rose and patchouli are anchored with charred woods and dark, earthy incense. I love the darkness of this fragrance, its foreboding and very ancient feeling. The staying power is incredible, the incense leaves an earthen, smokey trail along your skin for hours. Its like old magick in a bottle.
All of the Agent Provocateur has Done by Christian V. Provenzano and L'agent is his latest Master Piece Creation line for Agent Provocateur..