Emilio Pucci Vivara was launched in 1965, a green chypre created by Michel Hy. Inspired by the 1965 modern woman with rebellion in her soul, it embraces the Mediterranean sun and summer that was the hallmark of Pucci. "It is always summer."
Notes of aldehydes, green, galbanum, peach, bergamot, spice, jasmine, carnation, ylang, rose, lily of the valley, leather, oakmoss, benzoin, amber, olibanum, vetiver, patchouli and sandalwood. This is the parfum/extrait, vintage.
Fragrantica - "Vivara still has that bright Mediterranean feel to it. In fact whenever I see a fragrance described as Mediterranean, Vivara is what comes to my olfactory memory. In the vintage parfum concentration, this scent is really sharp and leathery. The Oakmoss comes out strongly right away and is prevalent throughout all 3 stages."