RETRO - Yves Saint Laurent Paris Fleur de Parfum
Yves Saint Laurent
Caron N'aimez Que Moi, launched in 1917, whispers urgently of love and loss. Created by Ernest Daltroff, it means "love only me" and was used by soldiers as gifts to the women they left behind during the war. Softly delicate, fragile, feminine, it is a promise there will be no other, a promise of passion that may not last. Sweet rose and vanilla, sweet promises.
Fragrantica: "so well blended, sensual, rosy and classy at the same time!"
Fragrantica: "Warm, inviting, luxurious. This scent is hauntingly beautiful. The first time I tried it, I got tons of Violets. The second time, the same. This third time, from the bottle of pure parfum extrait I purchased, it's something otherworldly. It's comforting and sophisticated. "
Fragrantica: "Soft, creamy, luxurious. It's a classic, timeless scent. Rose perfected. It's not "old" but classy, strong, like the woman of our past with steel spines and delicate hands, enduring a world men could never understand."
Full bottles of Caron N'aimez Que Moi can be purchased at: Caron boutiques in Paris and New York City
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|Perfume Name||Caron N'aimez Que Moi|
|Strength||parfum, pure parfum, extrait, urn parfum|
|Notes||lilac, rose, violet, iris, vetiver, cedar, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, musk, oakmoss|
|Country of Origin||France|