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Parfumo knows 50 perfumes of this brand.
Perfumes of this brand have been rated 7.3 of 10 on average. 195 perfume ratings have been submitted so far.

Interesting Facts

The creative mind behind the label "Roccobarocco" is the Italian designer Rocco Muscariello, born in Naples in 1944. He spent his childhood and youth in Ischia, where he discovered his love for fashion as a teenager. Muscariello gained practical experience in a boutique and attended the "Academy of Fine Arts" in Rome in 1962.

In 1964, Rocco started the eponymous brand and mainly produced exclusive, high-end haute couture collections with an emphatically feminine style. In 1974, the "Roccobarocco" label launched a spacious studio in Rome then introduced a prêt-à-porter collection in 1979.

Black, white, and original patterns dominate the creations of Rocco Barocco. Moreover, the clientele of "Roccobarocco" appreciates the unique style and the original details of the brand's feminine creations, also called "high-fashion clothes for influential people around the globe".

Rocco Barocco has received several awards and is considered one of the most influential fashion designers worldwide. His most desired creations are his accessories such as purses, fragrances, handbags, bed linen, and watches.
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Latest Reviews

manlyscentsmanlyscents 25 days ago
Joint pour Homme (Eau de Toilette) - Roccobarocco

Joint pour Homme (Eau de Toilette) Furyo's younger brother
First off... the title on the bottle turned to dust - worst paint ever. Opens with rose, carnation, honey and a large dose of civet, but the dry-down is ALL civet and honey, with some patchouli thrown in. Released in 1993, when everyone...

ElysiumElysium 2 years ago
Gold Queen - Roccobarocco

Gold Queen Maurizio Cerizza's Sheltering Jewel
The more I enter the cosmos of women’s fragrances, and the better known are the masterpieces created by perfumer Maurizio Cerizza. After Rubino, which I have already reviewed here in this community, yesterday I discovered another...

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