Art Deco by Arts et Fragrances
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Art Deco is a perfume by Arts et Fragrances for women. The release year is unknown. The scent is floral-spicy. Projection and longevity are above-average. The production was apparently discontinued.

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Submitted by Joe, last update on 23.10.2018
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Minigolf

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Minigolf
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Spices, cloves and sandpaper (fine)
Sometimes I come to smells like a virgin to a child.
And so was art deco. Twice a year a "women's bazaar" takes place in our town in a gymnasium, where you can buy, sell and trade.
I had 3 fragrances with me, which I don't wear and hoped to be able to exchange another one for it. And it worked. On one of the floors a lady had some scents besides clothes and accessories. In a nutshell... I was sniffing Art Deco, and I liked it. She at my "Lime&Basil" and was thrilled. Exchange perfect.
And "mine" is really your somewhat unusual scent. Not unlike the "Amarige" by Givenchy, but much "carnationier".
Also he has something of "Habanita" , Molinard, but less "massive".
Very independent, I'd say.
The first thing that strikes me is whole boxes full of cloves, almost powdery, but not quite as finely ground. Other spices like cardamom and koreander are subordinated to them.
It takes a while until the first flowers appear. First roses, together with carnations, very tangy-spicy. Then some jasmine or ylang ylang and tuberose, very moderate, only slightly sweet.
Later, a beautiful sandalwood chord with myrrh and styrax is added, wonderfully herb-balsamic.
And in the background always this great "sandpaper impression", which gives the scent something very special.
"Art Deco" really reminds me of this design style in its fragrance structure.
"The "slightly ornate" is united in a "solid form" and together results in something unique.
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Marie69

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This perfume opens with a few boozy notes and some interesting notes in that, but quickly transforms to a very plain, and quite synthetic mix. Cloying and plastic like. Now the funny thing is, that the dry down is SO SO SO nice.....

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