Van Cleef & Arpels Féerie Rubis Contradicts an Olfactory Stereotype (2015) {New Perfume}


Van Cleef & Arpels launched a new flanker in the Féerie series inaugurated in 2008 called Féerie Rubis (2015), which aims to be a musky fruity-floral of character, a contradiction in terms a priori for many people...

It was composed by perfumer Antoine Maisondieu of Givaudan who also signed Féerie Spring Blossom, which was carefully crafted.

The eau de parfum has notes of red fruits including juicy redcurrant, velvety raspberry mixed with lychees, pink peppercorn, magnolia, freesia, and peony. The base features cedar wood, sandalwood and tonka bean.

For the brand, the sillage leaves the impression of a woman of character.

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