Frederic Malle Iris Poudre is a grand floral aldehylic fragrance, created by Pierre Bourdon and released in 2000. A soft feminine iris that stays cool and sophisticated. Notes of Bergamot, rosewood, ylang ylang, carnation, magnolia, jasmine, lily of the valley, violet, rose, aldehydes, iris, musk, amber, vanilla, sandalwood and ebony.
Reviews of Frederic Malle Iris Poudre
From Olfactoria's Travels - "I do not think Iris Poudre is ideally named, since I don’t think it is a very powdery scent. I like powder, but I can’t find it here in such a prominent place as to name the perfume after it. What is prominent though is a blast of aldehydes in the top notes."
From Eaumg - "It’s soft, feminine, so much so that it is borderline campy like walking around in a feather boa and marabou mules. My life has been too serious lately and I admit that I need more of this frou-frou camp in my life. Iris Poudre makes me smile."
From A Bottled Rose - "However, there is even more going on in Iris Poudre than that. There is greater depth and substance than the soft-focus image of a movie star would suggest. I’ve found there is strength behind the feather boa and a wilfulness beneath the come-hither eyes."
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||Frederic Malle Iris Poudre
||Eau de parfum, edp
||Bergamot, rosewood, ylang ylang, carnation, magnolia, jasmine, lily of the valley, violet, rose, aldehydes, iris, musk, amber, vanilla, sandalwood and ebony.
|Country of Origin