Chloé Fleur de Parfum appears in July 2016 as a new edition of
the popular rose fragrance . Chloé Fleur de Parfum retains the
character of the original with additional "flower charm" in an
attempt to display a rose bouquet in powdery beige. It is described
as a naturally elegant and sensual veil that covers the skin.
The delicate and powdery composition is a work of perfumers who
tried to evoke the essence of a flower in its full bloom. The
perfume allegedly contains rose pistil. With pistil rose and its
fruity and spicy undertones, the additional accords include fresh
and sparkling verbena blossom, almondy cherry blossom and powdery
Set includes: Miss Dior, Dolce Vita, J’adore, Hypnotic Poison
Eau Sensuelle and Dior Addict to Life Miss Dior: Citrus + woody
fragrance which is very feminine and sensuous. It is said that this
is the new/renamed (2011) version of Miss Dior Cherie. Top note:
Italian Mandarin Essence, Heart note:Rosa Damascena Absolute and
Base note:Amber Indonesian Patchouli essence. Ideal time to wear is
evening. This fragrance was created by Francois Demachy.
Dior Dolce Vita: Spicy + woody + floral perfume. This one is
very warm and happy kind of scent. This was created in 1994. Top
note: Magnolia Accord. Heart note: Cinnamon. Base note: Cedar.
Ideal time to wear is day time. This perfume is created by Pierre
Bourdon and Maurice Roger.
Dior J’adore: Floral scent, with strong smell of jasmine
(reminds me of “itr”) Top note: Ylang- Ylang, Heart note: Damask
Rose, Base note :SambacJasmin. This one is a strong perfume, good
for people who love floral scents. Nose behind this scent creation
was Calice Becker.
Hypnotic Poison Eau Sensuelle: Intense oriental floral
fragrance. Top note: Ylang-Ylang from Mayote, Heart note: Orange
blossom, Base note: Vanilla. This fragrance was also created by
Dior Addict: Tangy fruity floral scent in the lot. Top note:
Grapefruit, Heart note: freesia, base note: white musk. This
fragrance is really warm and ideal for casual wear. This fragrance
was also created by Francois Demachy, the in-house