Rive Gauche EDT (L)
Rive Gauche by Yves Saint Laurent is a Floral Aldehyde fragrance for women. Rive Gauche was launched in 1971. Rive Gauche was created in 1970 by perfumer Michel Hy. Its name - \'Left Bank\'- stands for the left side of the river Seine, an intellectual, hip and slightly more bohemian side of Paris, where YSL boutique is situated.
About the fragrance: Rive Gauche is a fragrance for free and independent women, a gracious inhabitant of the city who likes the sun and wind more than anything but who is also quintessentially metropolitan.The well-known and much loved composition of floral aldehydes was enriched in 2000s with clear woody and aromatic accords. The aldehyde note is now surrounded by pelargonium and rose absolute, which somewhat softens the sharp metal note of the original composition, ending with a comfortable combination of oak moss, vetiver, musk and balsamic notes.
About the bottle: And yet those changes leave the fragrance very recognizable - all the way to the arty flacon. It is a great addition to any perfume lover\'s collection due to its true versatility and impeccable, \'very French\' taste.
Top notes: Aldehydes, Green Notes, Honeysuckle, Bergamot, Peach and Lemon.
Middle notes: Rose, iris, Geranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lily-of-the-Valley, Jasmine, Magnolia and Gardenia.
Base notes: Oakmoss, Tahitian Vetiver, Musk, Sandalwood, Tonka Bean and Amber.
How to use
How to use
Suggested Usage:To make your scent last longer, apply your fragrance to your wrists and behind the ear lobe. These pulse zones have a higher temperature than the rest of the body, and this will help the fragrance to evaporate slower.Avoid spraying it onto your clothes as it can stain, damage and alter certain fabrics.