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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Graffiti by Roberto Capucci c1963

Graffiti by Roberto Capucci: launched in 1963.





Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It is classified as a chypre fragrance for women. Described as "airy, green and fresh."
  • Top notes: green notes, aldehydes, green tea, wild strawberry, papaya, apple, melon, pineapple
  • Middle notes: nutmeg, rose, violet, jasmine
  • Base notes: patchouli, oakmoss

Vogue, 1969:
"Sophisticated, GRAFFITI endures, constantly evoking "the way it was" ... or the way you want it to be. GRAFFITI by Roberto Capucci . Only at the finest perfume counters. Perfume $ 30 to $ 5. Made, bottled, packaged and sealed in France. PARFUMS CAPUCCI PARIS. Available only at select stores "  




Fate of the Fragrance:


Discontinued, date unknown. Still sold in 1981.

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