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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Tatiana by Diane von Furstenberg c1975

Tatiana by Diane von Fürstenberg: launched in 1975. The fragrance was named after her daughter.

Fragrance Composition:

A rich floral fragrance for women. It starts with a flowery top, followed by a jasmine stressed heart, resting on a subdued powdery, floral base.
  • Top notes: bergamot, hyacinth, rosewood, green note, orange blossom
  • Middle notes: lily of the valley, jonquil, honeysuckle, gardenia, jasmine, narcissus, rose and tuberose
  • Base notes: amber, musk, civet and sandalwood

Diane Von Furstenberg stated in 1974 that she wanted the perfume to smell like "fresh cut flowers after a rain that I remember from childhood."

Fate of the Fragrance:

Reformulated with modern ingredients, re-packaged and re-launched in 1994. Discontinued around 2001.
  • Top notes: bergamot, hyacinth, orange blossom
  • Middle notes: gardenia, jasmine, narcissus, rose, tuberose
  • Base notes: amber, musk, sandalwood

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