Givenchy L'Interdit EDT (VINTAGE)

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Givenchy L'Interdit was launched in 1957, created by Francis Fabron with Audrey Hepburn as its inspiration.  It has notes of aldehydes, strawberry, spices, peach, bergamot, mandarin orange, iris, violet, narcissus, orris, rose, ylang, lily of the valley, jasmine, sandalwood, amber, musk, tonka bean, benzoin and vetiver.   


Givenchy L'Interdit- this is the VINTAGE EDT, eau de toilette


Givenchy L'Interdit Reviews

 Fragrantica - "I finally got my hands on the original L'Interdit EDT. I've wondered for years how Audrey Hepburn's perfume smelled. This is very, very similar to Chanel Nº5. Upon first spritz, I'm instantly reminded of another perfume very similar to Nº5, Coty L'Aimant. The top notes of both of these fragrances smell almost identical to my nose. Like L'Aimant, L'Interdit is almost like a softer, lighter, more powdery take on Nº5. Instead of woods and musk, we get powdery Iris and Violet. It almost smells like aldehydic baby powder. This is a very soft scent, especially for its name ("Forbidden"). Very soft projection and longevity. I will have to wear this a few more times and see how it lasts."

Fragrantica - "L'Interdit has a burst of aldehydic citrus at the start and then blooms on your skin with a bouquet of real-life flowers much like petaly firework for your body. A scent of unimaginable class and much, much subtler than other, more in-your-face aldehydes like Chanel no. 5 or Arpėge.  The aldehydes are not as strong and overwhelming in L'Interdit, and are modulated like the opening of a symphony recreate almost palpable, pastel coloured flowers next to a bowl of juicy fruits. Here the play between citrus and flowers lasts for ages and ages, a good four hours before gorgeous resins and vetiver start to kick in. This is classic French perfumery at its best. Get it as if your life depended on it."