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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Theorema by Fendi c1998

Theorema by Fendi: launched in 1998. Created by Christina Nagel.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a soft oriental fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: tangelo, shamouti orange, jasmine and eglantine
  • Middle notes of osmanthus, jasmine, cinnamon, pink pepper and Afghan spices
  • Base notes: sandalwood, patchouli, musk and vetiver


Theorema was available in the following:
  • 0.1 oz Eau de Parfum mini
  • 0.84 oz Parfum d'Extrait
  • 1.7 oz Eau de Parfum
  • 3.5 oz Eau de Parfum
  • Shimmering Shower Gel
  • Shimmering Body Lotion 
In 1999, Fendi Theorema Leggero Eau de Toilette was introduced as a lighter version of Theorema. This fragrance was also available as a Crackling Body Foam. A blue tinted Fendi Theorema Leggero For Summer Eau de Toilette was launched as well. These are discontinued. 
In 1999, the Fendi Theorema Esprit d'Ete was released as a summer fragrance. This fragrance is also discontinued.


Presented in a simple rectangular bottle reminiscent of a handbag with a square gold cap embossed with the FF logo, designed by Catherine Krunas. 

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued in 2005.

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