L'Interdit

L'Interdit

2007 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Aldehyde Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

L'Interdit
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Description

An aldehyde opening revealing a powdery heart of rose, jasmine and violet. The fragrance evolves towards a trail of iris and sandalwood.

At a glance

An aldehyde floral from 1957, re-released in the ‘Les Mythiques’ collection

History

One of the House’s earliest scents, designed specifically for actress Audrey Hepburn, L’Interdit, a creation from 1957, returns in this collection of 10 fragrances that were no longer available, or had become very hard to find: Les Mythiques. The launch coincides with the House of Givenchy’s 50th anniversary. L’Interdit owes its name to the actress’s reply when Hubert de Givenchy suggested distributing her fragrance more widely, ‘Mais, je vous l’interdis…’ (“But I forbid it!”). Info and e-shop: www.parfumsgivenchy.com

Range

Eau de Toilette 3.4 fl. oz.

Bottle

A streamlined bottle with rectangular lines, graced with a pink-champagne cartouche. Designed by: Pablo Reinoso.

  • No rate for this perfume 30 august 2014

    Une reformulation qui n'est pas à la hauteur du souvenir que j'en gardais. Déçue !

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  • Perfume appreciated 30 may 2013

    je le portais il y a 20 ans et la re- création de 2007 est totalement différente ...grosse déception....

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  • Exceptional perfume 25 february 2013

    Encore un mythe de la parfumerie française, lancé dans les années 1950 que Givenchy a eu la bonne idée de continuer à commercialiser. Je ne suis pas vraiment sûre qu'il trouve encore un succès tel que celui qu'il avait pu rencontrer au moment de son lancement car les fragrances aldéhydées ne sont plus vraiment à la mode.

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  • Exceptional perfume 04 november 2012

    This is my signature fragrance! It is so elegant and discrete. What I love the best about it is it's powdering/floral notes. Nowadays, young people dislike a lot powdery/floral scents because it's remains them their grand-mothers. To me, being elegant is timeless. I feel this is more sophisticated than most of today's candy/fruity fragrances. But, of course, it's only my opinion :) Also, I can't compare it to the original scent of the eat, because I only smelled the 2007 reformulation :)

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