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Herve Leger brand is famous for the bandage dress which is reflected in the style of the bottles of perfume that they do for Avon which always has a sort of bandage wrap style to the bottles.
From fragrantica - 'Cooperation between cosmetics company Avon and fashion house of Herve Leger in the following fragrances so far resulted: Herve Leger Femme and Herve Leger Homme, launched in 2010, and Herve Leger Ete intended for summer 2011. At the beginning of 2012, a new women's fragrance of the collection emerged, named Herve Leger Intrigue'.
50 ml bottle and made in Poland.
Comes in wine and purple graduated coloured and foiled box and sealed in cellophane.
Eau de Parfum and contains 69.6% ethanol ad is flammable.
Inside of box is purple and it is lined with purple card.
The bottle is oblong and cinched in slightly in the middle to make it easier to hold - the base section has images reminiscent of the famous 'bandage dress'.
The bottle is also graduated in colour from clear at the top to very deep pink/wine colour at the base.
Spray bottle and has the Herve Leger name on the front of the bottle.
It has a clear plastic cap to the bottle
Herve Leger Ete (2011)
Herve Leger Femme (2010).
On Amazon £18.90 + £3.99.
The Avon website state that it is no longer available but it may be in the brochures from time to time.
Avon state that this is 'A luxurious new fragrance wrapped in mysterious allure that will leave you wanting more. Elegant white tea, lavish cashmere woods and sublime musk. The composition is floral - woody - musk, starting with wild flowers, cotton and black pepper. White tea, silk blossom and rose wrap up the core of the perfume, while the base is warm and velvety due to accords of cashmere wood, musk and tonka'.
This is the latest perfume from the collaboration between Herve Leger and Avon.
This was brought out in 2012 but is already missing from their website - though as we all know they bring products back and forth like yoyos.
This perfume would have been around the £20 mark when on full price which reflects the cost of almost £23 on Amazon these days.
The bottle is unmistakeably Herve Leger as the design towards the bottom of the bottle reflects the 'bandage dress' that he s famous for.
This perfume is quite different to the Femme I have been using before. Whereas Femme is pink and feminine and floral this one is completely different. It is sophistical and smells expensive. It s long lasting but not too heavy and is suitable for both day and evening use. I would say that the perfume lasts well over 6 hours when applied and this would make it have good staying power to me.
The aroma is hard to describe - being slightly musky and warm. It states in the description that it has floral notes but do not think that this is a floral sort of perfume as it is not. It does have a certain sweetness too it but in a more sophisticated way. I find it difficult to smell any single notes and whatever rose is in it is blended in very well and is not distinguishable on its own. The musk and cashmere wood evidently give the perfume is lovely mellow tones but do not think this is like the cheap musky perfume that is on sale in some places, as this is much more subtle and a very grown up sort of fragrance.
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