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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Belle de Nuit by Fragonard c1947

Belle de Nuit was launched in 1947 by Fragonard. It was named after a flower of great beauty that only opens its petals at night - not to the sun - but to the moon.

Belle de Nuit is an original, deep rich harmony of mirabilis, violet, geranium, rose and plum on a warm velvety bottom note of musk. A precious fragrance, as magical as an Arabian night! It is very similar to Christian Dior's J'Adore fragrance.

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a fruity floral oriental fragrance for women.


  • Top notes: geranium, mirabilis
  • Middle notes: rose, plum, violet
  • Base notes: musk


Click HERE to find Belle de Nuit by Fragonard 


Belle de Nuit was discontinued for many years, but was reformulated and relaunched in 2001.

Today it is available directly thru Fragonard in the following forms:
  •  1 oz Perfume Natural Spray 76% vol.
  • 6.7 oz Eau de Toilette Natural Spray 80% vol.
  • 8.4 oz Perfumed Shower Gel
  • 8.4 oz Perfumed Body Lotion

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