New Perfume: Baghari by Robert Piguet

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Fashion Fragrances & Cosmetics is releasing its third reedition and adaptation of one of the classic fragrances in the catalogue of the former fashion house of Robert Piguet. This time, it is Baghari, named after the evocative exotic syllables of a city's name in India. The jus was introduced in 1950 and was the last fragrance created during couturier Robert Piguet's lifetime. Nose Aurélien Guichard of Givaudan rebalanced the scent.

Like its predecessors, Fracas, a rich creamy tuberose soliflore and Bandit, an iconic leather chypre, it will come in the trademark art deco elegant Piguet black faceted glass bottle adorned with a transparent stopper (for the pure parfum)...

The perfume is described as a "classic soft floral [...] beloved by women who are frankly romantic, feminine and young at heart. Baghari is an ecstatic balance of innocence and voluptuousness, sparkle and warmth..." The scent's top notes are, aldehydic notes, bergamot, neroli, violet. Heart notes are Rose Centifolia, Rose Damascena, jasmine, and orange blossom. Base notes are iris, vetiver, amber, vanilla, and modern musk.

You can find further information on the Piguet site. It is now available at Harvey Nichols in the UK and Ireland, Le Bon Marché and le Printemps in Paris, Bergdoff Goodman in New York, and all Neiman Marcus stores in the US.

Source: Press release. 


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  1. H, I definitely plan to test this. And, I love those black Piguet bottles, don't you?


  2. R,

    I do too. I think they are sober and elegant and have a nice heft to them. The opaque black glass is also very functional (in order to protect the perfume from light). In general I must say I like black perfume bottles.


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