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Proust Perfumes : Oriane (2017)
by 4160 Tuesdays

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Proust Perfumes : Oriane information

Year of Launch2017
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production / Limited Edition
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House4160 Tuesdays
PerfumerSarah McCartney

About Proust Perfumes : Oriane

The company say:

Oriane is inspired by the Duchesse de Guermante and is loosely based on a late 19th Century formula for a cyclamen fragrance. At the time, private customers would visit many small perfumers to have their own blends created. We like to think that Oriane would have worn this classic Parisien style floral.

Proust Perfumes : Oriane fragrance notes

Reviews of Proust Perfumes : Oriane

Stardate 20180110:

This is from Proust collection as is Swann. I wonder why Proust. Is it because it is more "cereberal" or because these frags are Remembrance of things past?
In any case a beautiful ethereal floral. And it is NOT all natural. There are synthetics here in perfect harmony.
This one also has the 4160 signaturish Blue Raspberry Jolly Rancher note but here it is muted and works very well.Balances out the florals
In a perfect world, I would have a restaurant in Sweden and my girl would wear this to bed.
10th January, 2018
Described on the website as a fantasy floral made with natural absolutes and contemporary synthetics.

Opening is a light powdery floral note that settles into a cold cream/talcum powder scent. For those that love the 'makeup' smell or cold cream notes, or in my case it's reminiscent of my grandmother's 1950's style bathroom, this is one for you.

Oriane dries down to a powdery vanilla, which I've noticed in a number of 4160 Tuesdays perfumes that focus on florals.

14th December, 2017

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