Passion 1987Parfum

Passion (Parfum) by Elizabeth Taylor
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Passion (Parfum) is a perfume by Elizabeth Taylor for women and was released in 1987. The scent is spicy-powdery. Projection and longevity are above-average. It was last marketed by Elizabeth Arden.
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8.0 (5 Ratings)

Longevity

9.0 (4 Ratings)

Sillage

8.0 (4 Ratings)

Bottle

8.1 (8 Ratings)
Submitted by Sniffer, last update on 13.11.2020.

Variant of the fragrance concentration

This is a variant of the perfume Passion (Eau de Toilette) by Elizabeth Taylor, which differs in concentration.
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9.5
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9
Longevity
9
Sillage
9
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2020Antiope
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Liz' statement with a wink to the heavens of the immortals
It's as if Liz is winking and smiling and ironically calling out to us:
What do you want? Here it is! You can't get rid of me anymore! And we don't want to get rid of her (any more); our beautiful film goddess Liz!

When Passion appeared, Liz was no longer a young woman; a beautiful woman without question, but no longer the young, incredibly photogenic girl who amazed everyone. Nevertheless, as a mature personality, she had always remained the enfant terrible; without a thought for what society (and the whole world!) thought or thought of her, she lived her life with all its ups and downs; a little unscrupulous at times, certainly, but accepting the adversity of the rest of the world and also accepting painful losses.
For all the beauty, the life spoiled with jewels, I wouldn't have wanted to change with her.
Too much real beauty, too much languishing, collective adoration; too much of everything and too much of everything, that doesn't do any good in the long run...

Passion is the legacy of a woman who will be remembered as one of the immortals.
Surely it was not intended as such, but as a fragrance creation that, as the name suggests, personified the passion for love and life.
And this is it; a passionate fragrance!
He first goes in the direction of the heavy perfumes of the 20's, 30's of the last century, whose durability was spectacular and which one still smelled after days in the ladies and in the rooms of the extravagant festivities.
Passion is milder and the shelf life pleasantly disappears after a few hours.
A light touch of wickedness remains romantically suspended on the skin after the intense presence of jasmine and lily of the valley has seduced the senses for hours, but not befogged them.
The woods, combined with gentle, pleasant animalism, make the perfume wonderfully warm and feminine. No sultriness spoils the musk character, which is harmoniously combined with incense and cedar.

A dream and a smile to a woman and to all women who live their lives passionately and without regard to conventions!
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