Yves Saint Laurent Yvresse
Yvresse - fragrance for women
Yvresse by Yves Saint Laurent is a fruity floral fragrance for women. This sparkling scent includes notes of lychee and nectarine blended with a heart of rose and violet blossoms, resting on a warm patchouli base. The iconic YSL perfume bottle houses the eau de toilette, and features gold accents. Launched in 1993, this sensual feminine perfume was originally entitled Champagne, but after a lawsuit loss was renamed to Yvresse.
Notes - Nectarine, lychee, rose, violet, patchouli
Perfumers - Sophia Grojsman, Pierre Dinand
Launched - 1993
Yves Saint Laurent Yvresse is available in an eau de toilette spray, $125 for 2.7 oz.
Yves Saint Laurent Yvresse - fragrance details
The top note, composed of nectarine and litchi/lychee, creates an exacerbated sparkling and fruity sensation. At the heart, the absolute femininity of a rose harmony, which invites violet blossom to the party. The base is unveiled inside assumed sensuality that nothing can hold back. Patchouli helps to retain the sophistication and elegance from which the Yves Saint Laurent woman never strays.
Additional perfume notes for Yvresse include: peach, apricot, anise, cumin, violet; rose, orris, lily of the valley, jasmine, carnation, cinnamon; castoreum, styrax, oakmoss, patchouli, vanilla, cedarwood, benzoin, musk, and amber.
The original YSL Champagne perfume ad from 1993.
The 1995 YSL Yvresse perfume ad featuring the same Champagne bottle design.
In the 1997 campaign advertisements, the name Yvresse was imprinted on the bottle.
A lighter version, Yvresse Eau de Toilette Legere, was released in 1997 featuring notes of nectarine blossom, blackcurrant leaf, mimosa, white lilac, rose, patchouli, oakmoss, and vetiver. The campaign ads were photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth. The perfume bottle was updated for this new version.
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