|Perfume Name||Rochas Femme Vintage|
|Notes||Plum, bergamot, spices, Bulgarian rose, immortelle, ylang ylang, jasmin, ambergris, musk, oakmoss and sandalwood|
|Country of Origin||France|
Rochas Femme was created at the height of The Depression by Edmond Roudnitska, at the request of Marcel Rochas, and it was to be a gift for Rochas' wife. The story has it that Roudnitska created Femme while pondering a rubbish dump and a paint factory. Olivier Cresp reformulated Rochas Femme in 1989, and there are two distinct versions, the post-1989 version bringing in the cumin note. This scent is full-bodied, said to be inspired by Mae West, and it shows. There is nothing of a young girl or ingenuie in this scent. It's a perfume that's been around the block and now has the whole block following her like the cats following that little thief in "Love Potion No. 9."
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