Love, Chloé

Love, Chloé

by Chloé
2010 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Woody Musk Olfactory groups

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Love, Chloé
Perfume grade 4/5 Rate and comment perfume 4 Opinions
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Description

The opening features fresh notes of orange blossom enhanced with pink pepper. In the heart, ‘sparing, impressionist dashes’ of flowers (lilac, hyacinth, wisteria) intertwined with the sweet, almondy facet of heliotropine. The trail unveils an airy, powdery note, due to a pairing of musks with talcum-poweder and rice-powder accords. Perfumers: Louise Turner and Nathalie Cetto-Gracia, Givaudan.

At a glance

A halo of grace

History

Love, Chloé is a powdery fragrance that envelopes a woman in ‘the private sphere of applying make-up’. The Chloé woman is deeply in love, and she radiates femininity with a natural grace that turns heads and attracts smiles. Like the last ‘Chloé’ flanker, Love, Chloé has a powdery signature. But while the original scent was built around rose, this one conveys more of a balmy, rice-powder effect. Like for Chloé, the perfume’s bottle has an almost vintage elegance. Incarnated by Raquel Zimmermann, Love, Chloé stands for the pairing of an elegant fragrance with a woman’s natural beauty.

Range

Eau de Parfum 1, 1.7 and 2.5 oz.; Body Lotion 6.8 oz.; Scented Gel 6.8 oz.; Deodorant 3.4 oz.

Bottle

Calling to mind a chemist’s vial, the rectangular bottle with rounded edges flaunts a pinkish-brown juice. The bottle is set on a golden metal base stamped with the name of the perfume. Like an echo of Chloé’s leather goods, a delicate golden chain attaches the golden cap. The packing is sand-toned.

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  • Popular perfume 24 october 2017

    Un parfum très particulier, rarement senti autour de moi. J'ai toute suite adoré. Plutôt pour l'hiver c'est épicé.

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  • No rate for this perfume 01 november 2015

    nube de gracia que aroma

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  • Exceptional perfume 27 september 2015

    Very elegant and feminine. I have a miniature bottle ( be careful when you open the flacon ) and I will buy the full-sized fragrance. ELISABETH, an expert has some great comments about this parfum.

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  • Exceptional perfume 21 may 2015

    Presentacion super elegante y distinguida. Excelentes notas, me fascinaria probarlo!!

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  • Popular perfume 13 october 2012

    Ce parfum se veut à l’image de la mode Chloé : ‘une élégance discrète, jamais surfaite, qui donne envie de s’approprier le style Chloé’. On sent en effet le talc, l’héliotrope et surtout la violette, si caractéristique des notes cosmétiques, très poudrées et rappelant les fards et le rouge à lèvres. Sur ce même air, j’aimerais citer le très bel Après l’Ondée de Guerlain, qui interpréta en 1906 avec talent l’accord poudre de riz - rouge à lèvres. L’association de cet accord avec le maquillage est due au fait que l’on utilisait beaucoup de poudre d’iris dans les fards, car elle réfléchissait la lumière. De même, la rose sert aussi traditionnellement à parfumer les poudres. Ainsi, les accords rose - violette ont cet air inspiré du maquillage : Paris d’Yves Saint Laurent, Trésor de Lancôme et plus proche de nous Essence de Narciso Rodriguez.

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