Originally Posted by jellybean1973
After browsing the frangrance counters I came upon two different bottles of Signoricci. The one is the tall bottle with the silver top (as per the directory) and the other is a bottle similar to the Ricci Club one. Both were testers without the box unfortunately. Does anyone know if there is a difference between the two?
There are more versions that you may think of!:
some of the notes:Signoricci: (the old version)
top: galbanum, petitgrain, bergamot, lemon.
middle: lily of the valley, rose, tangerine, fern.
base: oakmoss, civet, vetiver, tonka bean.Signoricci: (new version 2005)
top: mandarine, petitgrain.
middle: sage, alpine lavender.
base: Haitian vetiver, exotic woods, oakmoss.Signoricci 2:
top: lemon, lime, petitgrain, basil.
middle: aldehydes, jasmine, carnation, tangerine.
base: musks, oakmoss, tonka bean, amber.
The signoricci (old version)
apparently is the original formula. ( i have a bottle, i think is odd, i do not get tonka ben nor oakmoss from the drydown, but do get lots of civet!)
The signoricci 2,
is the old (reformulated a bit ) signoricci with the 2 added.
The signoricci (new version :in the 80s )
is not the signoricci 2 with the 2 dropped (like some people think, and it's been reformulated again!) as even the nina ricci people do not have the "lost notes" (it must be around somewhere they said) of this 80's version;
and the signoricci (new version on the directory)
really is the 2005
re-release -a yet again brand-new reformulation of all things signoricci.
see it's not that difficult.