Boucheron Fleurs (2019) - Revisiting an 80s Classic {New Fragrance}


Boucheron have introduced a new interpretation of Boucheron pour femme (1988), whose sillage of rich white florals has been reportedly adapted to new sensibilities in Boucheron Fleurs...

The 2019 composition by Givaudan perfumers Quentin Bisch (Mugler Angel Muse) et Natalie Gracia-Cetto (Boucheron Quatre) is said to offer

"a more see-through floral transparency, one which is more modern but also more joyful while smelling just as precious as ever." [This editor's translation]

« floralité plus transparente, plus moderne, plus joyeuse, mais tout aussi
précieuse ».

The original floriental character of the scent has been turned into a musky-woody-floral one by giving an "opalescent" twist to the orange blossom note.

The edp opens on top notes of mandarin and lemon barely sweetened by pear; the floral heart revolves around orange blossom, frangipani and Pétalia - the latter is a Givaudan molecule with a rosy and fruity odor profile, which is known for being particularly diffusive. The base is warmed up thanks to vanilla and benzoin.

The hesperidic essences are, according to the brand, particularly qualitative in this opus.

Pochet manufactured the saphir-blue flacon while Interparfums designed the packaging.

SRP is 84€ for 100 ml of edp. Available in one size only.

[Source: press release]

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