L'Interdit (2019)Eau de Toilette

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L'Interdit (2019) (Eau de Toilette) by Givenchy
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L'Interdit (2019) (Eau de Toilette) is a new perfume by Givenchy for women and was released in 2019. The scent is floral-sweet. It is being marketed by LVMH.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPoppy
Heart Notes Heart NotesOrange blossom, Tuberose
Base Notes Base NotesVetiver, Patchouli



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Submitted by OPomone, last update on 09.12.2019.

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The face of the advertising campaign is American actress Rooney Mara.
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L`interdit always makes me think of the beautiful Fleur d´interdit, which was my wedding scent at the time.

But even the L interdit EDP had nothing to do with the forbidden flower - although I liked it in its own way.

Would the EdT come close to Fleur?

No, not at all.

It even moves away from the EDP - into the minus range.

I am used to good things from Givenchy - even though Fleur is the star in the firmament for me.

But the Plays and the Ange et Demons also have my approval.

But the L`interdit Edt welcomes me with a sweetly musty prelude.
May that be the poppy seed ?
Tuberose still pushes its way through the strangely musty curtain - but it can't displace it.

No, then rather the EDP , because it has no disturbing " aftertaste ".

Maybe Givenchy remembers the forbidden flower and brings a fragrance twin on the market?

But the beautiful flower remains forbidden.
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Nice little sister of Eau de Parfum!
After the divided opinions and rather negative comments I already read about the EdP that appeared last year, I was curious and wanted to test and compare both. The fragrance pyramid sounds very appealing, because I personally love tuberose and orange blossom very much, how bad can the fragrance experience be then already or?
Having worn both independently and both at the same time - the EdT on one arm, the EdP on the other - I have to say that they are not bad.
The EdT is definitely more comfortable to wear, it is much milder and not overdosed with two sprays. In the beginning as well as in the EdP the orange blossom is dominantly sweet, as if you had stumbled upside down into a flowering tree, but not quite as intense as in the EdP. Tuberose is added fresh and clean, in contrast to some other fragrances, where it smells heavy and "greasy". Something I could compare to poppies, I don't smell anywhere. The scent is grounded in vetiver and a note that vaguely reminds me of cocoa butter with its powdery gourmand scent (is that the patchouli?). And so tuberosy-orange-flowery one then flowers the whole day (6h+) in front of oneself.
In durability, the little sister is in no way inferior to EdP, the Sillage is strong, but not obtrusive or room-filling.
All in all a nice fragrance with enough restraint to be wearable among people. The composition and the love-hate that some people have for tuberose is, of course, a question of taste.


Jazzy76 7 months ago
Gentler and less gourmand that the edp version, it's a pleasant daily scent revealing a soft tuberose heart. The sillage is discrete.Classy+1

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