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    Since Spring is almost here I'v heard a lot of good reviews on Dior Diorissmo
    but i never tried it before and i can't find it in a store does anyone have a bottle
    or a sample to swap or describe diorissmo the reason i'm interested i this
    because i always wanted to try a 50's fragrance and it's legendary from famous
    celebrities so if anyone has this please reply

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    I'll let the experts chime in here. Luca Turin claims that the originally great Diorissimo has been defaced by reformulations. I smelled it last year in a shop (Saks in DC) and I did find it rather sharp, lacking the grace of real muguet. But I have not smelled the original version so I cannot compare.

    cacio

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    thanks cacio does anyone has a vintage bottle of diorissmo ? then

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    I can send you some vintage Cologne if you like?!

    PM me your shipping info.

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    Thank you sweetie i Emailed you

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    Default Re: Diorissmo

    Public Service Announcement: Weimar27, honey, I'm glad His royal duckyness (waves) could help but if there is a fragrance you are looking for, please post under "Fragrances Wanted" in the Marketplace section of the forum.
    RHM's Vintage, Rare & Pretty Darn Good items on offer: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/380...old-Pour-Femme

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    Just confirming that one should absolutely avoid modern Diorissimo - it's not the same fragrance. Unfortunately Diorissimo has a tendency to age poorly and go bad or incur damage to the topnotes. If you're sourcing vintage bottles it may take a couple tries to find one that's truly very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nineXseven View Post
    Just confirming that one should absolutely avoid modern Diorissimo - it's not the same fragrance. Unfortunately Diorissimo has a tendency to age poorly and go bad or incur damage to the topnotes. If you're sourcing vintage bottles it may take a couple tries to find one that's truly very good.
    Thanks nineXseven and guess what i'm getting a sample of it i'm so excited

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