Well, I am not a woman, but I'm very familiar with the original L'Interdit, because my sister has worn it for many years. ╩It used to be her signature. Legend has it that this fragrance was created for Audrey Hepburn, and was not available to anyone else, for a number of years. ╩It is extremely feminine, in a strictly interpreted, traditional way. ╩Quite beautiful, but not for everyone. ╩This is an extravagant, French, couturier fragrance that says 'high fashion,' and old time glamour. ╩I do not find L'Interdit to be dated, but some of today's women could find a scent like this, to be effusive. Here are the notes: floral aldehyde: aldehydes, mandarin, peach, bergamot, strawberry . . . jasmine, rose, jonquil, narcissus, lily of the valley, orris, ylang-ylang . . . sandalwood, vetiver, musk, amber, cistus, benzoin, tonka bean.
The 'new,' modernized L'Interdit smells nothing like the original. ╩I don't care for it. ╩Fleur de L'Interdit is nothing special, to me. As for Spring Flower, yes I believe it was created for Audrey as well . . . I am not a big fan of Creed scents. This is a nice fragrance, I smell lots of apple in it, but I don't find that Spring Flower, 'speaks' of Audrey. To my nose, it's just not chic.