This is a refreshing detour from the sickly sweetening usual VC offerings. It starts with a fruity mix, with fresh plum, hints of apricot, and is not unpleasant.
The drydown consists of a nonspecific woodsy impression, with an underlying fruitiness still less present, but overall lacking prominent sweetness on my skin.
I get moderate sillage, good projection and six hours of longevity.
A pleasant spring scent, not particularly sweet but quite synthetic. Still, not bad for VC albeit nothing special either. It has a touch of being less frivolous and is suitable for evenings, but in spite its name it is not restricted to that time of the day. 2.75/5.
Synthetically fruity (plums more than apple), darkly velvety, "plastically organic", cromatically blue/violet, "ideally" woody, hurban techno-chic (New York more than Paris). Conceptually close to a "whichever" Cavalli Nero Assoluto (which is worst, more floral, gummy and unbalanced) whereof Night Eau de Parfum appears a fruitier and woodier version. Hints of orchid or violet in the industrial mix? A touch of final dark vanilla compacts the citric-salty/sweet molecules of this cosmetical fatigue. Anyway another designer "night out-for" artificial potion just to be noticed and not to be respectfully admired in quality and mystery. 5/5