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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by magnus611 View Post
    POISON by Dior ...now that's wasup...suited to the T for her ....
    Btw, if any ask why she would wear this one over all suggestion, just look at the name ...self explanatory ...
    It's not the correct time frame though

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanderer View Post
    She'd wear a bespoke fragrance.
    I don't think she would be that passionate about it lol

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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Anything dark, classic and heavy- by the way, love the Deneuve pic. But what actual fragrance can this be? Possibly some of the most civet-laden Guerlains, they seem to somehow fit (at least in my opinion) what this character makes me think of, something shamelessly leathery, animalic and somber.

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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Also, Caron-Poivre or Coup de Fouet (pepper or crack of the whip)


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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post
    Also, Caron-Poivre or Coup de Fouet (pepper or crack of the whip)


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    Interesting. In the book she eats everything with loads and loads of pepper.

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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    probably something by chanel, and 20 sprays of it.

    or something that would destroy the ozone layer

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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    I probably need to explain this to the OP. Normally these threads are done with the intent of eliciting fragrance knowledge, campy humor, and witty or intelligent responses. Matching the fragrance style or name to the personality of the subject in a smart or humorous way counts more than historical accuracy - particularly for people who didn't actually exist!

    I take it that you're actually interested in historical accuracy - a fragrance from that time that a real person with a similar personality might wear?

    I would probably ruin the story by making her surprising and give her a humorously innocent side. White Shoulders - because it was cheap and sold with the image of a certain sort of Middle-American naivete and purity. One could probably make a lot of fun with that!
    Since the villainess likes to indulge in the cruelty of real fur coats, how about something by Weil? Zibeline?
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    Default Re: What would Cruella De Vil wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by Primrose View Post
    Since the villainess likes to indulge in the cruelty of real fur coats, how about something by Weil? Zibeline?
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