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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Madame by Philippe Venet c1968

Madame by Philippe Venet: launched in 1968.

Fragrance Composition:

It is classified as a green floral fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: galbanum, bergamot 
  • Middle notes: jasmine, rose, hyacinth 
  • Base notes: oakmoss, sandalwood, musk, amber

Historia, 1968:
"VENET MADAME A mysterious fragrance, attractive and subtle made of moss, jasmine, rose, and woody notes, which will be an essential complement to jewelry and evening dresses for the sophisticated woman. PHILIPPE Perfume VENET."

Cue, 1971:
"Philippe Venet's Mademoiselle, daytime breezy, and Madame, an evening romantic, from $15."

House & Garden, 1972:
"MADAME by Philippe Venet — another very quiet, un- show-offy scent, new from France. But this one has an amusing hook in it — a feeling of a rhythmic heat you can almost hear. At the same time Venet presents Mademoiselle, fresh, less ..."

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued, date unknown.

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