Thierry Mugler Alien is an Oriental woody fragrance launched in 2005, created by Dominique Ropion and Luarent Bruyere. It has notes of jasmine, cashmeran, solar notes, and white amber. It is an eau de parfum EDP.
Thierry Mugler Alien Review
Fragrantica - "Smells like the *feeling* of walking through a tunnel of jasmine on the night of the summer solstice. The air is cooling down and the blossoms release their headiest fragrance as dew forms on the grass. This isn’t a realistic smell to me, it’s a memory of a scent and a yearning for summer in the midst of winter."
Fragrantica - "On the opening it’s VERY bold, dramatic, and unique. I think of Lady Gaga. I detect a smell of overripe fruit, and I feel like that’s what keeps bringing me back. It’s challenging. Tbh, I prefer it after an hour or so once it really mellows to become creamy and soft."
Fragrantica - "I have the perfume, to me it smells exactly like the jasmine growing on my fence in the yard. when it is blooming, I open the back door the whole yard smells like jasmine & you can smell it all the way to the house, fresh air and jasmine, and that is exactly what i smell when i wear this."
Fragrantica - "Alien is now much-loved, but bizarre - in that I smelt it once, decided I didn’t like it, but then couldn’t stop thinking about it for months. I then decided to buy a full bottle because for me, ultimately, it smells like a beautiful, glamorous, shiny woman, perhaps in her 40s, sultry and elegant, with glossy, perfectly coiffed hair, and bedroom eyes. I love it. Be prepared to make your own mind up about it, however confusing that process may be."