Vison 1987 Eau de Parfum

Vison (Eau de Parfum) by Robert Beaulieu
Bottle Design Federico Restrepo
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Vison (Eau de Parfum) is a perfume by Robert Beaulieu for women and was released in 1987. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesStrawberryStrawberry Mandarin orangeMandarin orange NeroliNeroli
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmineJasmine MimosaMimosa Ylang-ylangYlang-ylang
Base Notes Base NotesMuskMusk PatchouliPatchouli SandalwoodSandalwood VanillaVanilla CedarCedar
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This is a variant of the perfume Vison (Eau de Toilette) by Robert Beaulieu, which differs in concentration.
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It's a consciously retro scent, an aldehydic floral in the style of a parfum fourrure - a fur perfume.
And it’s interesting that François Robert - scion of the Robert family – opened his ouvre in this style. Because this, his first work, echoes that of his grandfather Guy: Caleche - an aldehydic leather, and maybe Lasso (although I don’t know it) a leather chypre with peach - which also features here.
Vison (which means mink) is a rather formless and thick chypre, sweetish but
somehow unpleasant with a hide-like feel. Where Caleche is opulent, this is
In case you were in any doubt about what you were buying, the bottle cap is wrapped in a furry hat, probably not mink, but anyway - a piece of dead animal.
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