Cosmic by Solange Azagury-Partridge
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Cosmic is a popular perfume by Solange Azagury-Partridge for women and was released in 2007. The scent is floral-resinous. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesAldehydes, Bergamot, Galbanum
Heart Notes Heart NotesIris, Jasmine, Rose
Base Notes Base NotesLabdanum, Myrrh, Opoponax, Patchouli, Vanilla, Vetiver

Ratings

Scent

8.626 Ratings

Longevity

7.924 Ratings

Sillage

7.625 Ratings

Bottle

8.326 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 05.04.2021.
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9
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9
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10
Bottle
Pollita
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Pollita
Top Review    45  
Chypre in a different way
Maybe someday you'll get together with Mrs. Chicken and chypre scents after all? Lately one or the other of them always manages to excite me. A buying impulse is still missing, but you never know what will come
After I already found Liu by Guerlain to be quite charming and wonderful, I am now surprised by the beautiful jewel Cosmic by Solange Azagury-Partridge. At the beginning I thought, yes, yes, soap, but that should change quickly. The aldehydes and the galbanum quickly got an increase of iris, jasmine and rose and the resinous sweetness of myrrh, opoponax and vanilla was not long in coming. Think I'm crazy, but this sweet resinousness clearly shows parallels to Il Profumos Macadam. Macadam is much sweeter and richer, but I learned to love this twist of myrrh in macadam and find it here, of all places, in a chypre fragrance.

Also the base fits, because I have nothing against patchouli and vetiver. What maybe bothers me a little bit is the slightly burnt impression that the fragrance gives. I suppose it comes from the mixture of galbanum, myrrh, opoponax. And I'm just not a big galbanum lover. But this tiny disharmony does not harm the fragrance at all. And maybe this combination only bothers me anyway
Still, I'm flabbergasted. Me and a chypre? Could this actually work? I'm starting to feel like I'm not that far off. With Armani Privé Fil Rouge I was able to open up to the aldehydes and in the end I even fell head over heels in love. And now I give this jewel a sensational 9 points, you can hardly believe it.

Who knows? Maybe one day the day will come when I will add such fragrances to my collection. But I also have to emphasize that we at Cosmic are a long way from Fräulein Rottenmeier & Co. If you expect a brittle fragrance, you are in the wrong place. I think Cosmic is wonderful to get to know about chypre, because the resinous notes make it a bit softer and sweeter than you know it from classic chypre.

Many thanks to Gandix for the sample.
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Susan
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Susan
Top Review    15  
COSMIC amazed me....
Both the bottle and the name made me expect a rather cool fragrance.....as you know, it is quite cold up there in space.....and the colour silver and the angular shape of the bottle misled me in this respect....

Based on the scents I could have guessed it of course .....

COSMIC is a warm, soft and tendentially sweet fragrance with a Cypriot character.....to pass as pure chypre, it is in my opinion a bit too resinous and too sweet ....

Like the previous speakers, I also see clear parallels to Vol de Nuit.....in particular to Extrait......the galbanum note is absolutely adorable and forms a kind of guide over the entire course......

A magical, creamy-milky mist hovers around this guide, in which delicate flowers cavort and set sparkling highlights.....

All in all, the result for me is a silky, diffuse, cotton-soft and wonderfully feminine scent, whose impressive depth is definitely reminiscent of the vastness of space...... even if I cannot really follow this analogy otherwise.....

COSMIC is an extraordinarily successful and very special fragrance, which rightly inspires......persons personally, however, he will eventually become a little too resinous and too sweet......
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10
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Gandix
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Gandix
Top Review    22  
Sparkling beady eyes
Star glitter in the moonlight,
Flowery shimmering in the night.
A first love,
the spell awakens.
Cloud formation,
do you recognize the animal?
Where, what do you think?
Come, I'll show you And then you look at me with your sparkling beady eyes Bring me a thousand stars from the firmament A first kiss,
first shy, then deep....
Reminder.....

This fragrance, although only created in 2007,
takes me so far back in time,
back to fragrances as they once were.
A chypre, although without the typical oak moss, in perfection.
The prelude so wonderfully aldehydic-soapy,
the flowers are so full, full, heavy and at the same time tender,
without ever getting pushy.
A wonderfully creamy note,
that envelops you, takes you captive, never lets go,
to finally explode into stardust.
Carried the whole of galbanum, which gives the fragrance an infinite depth,
the infinity of a whole galaxy.
A touch of vanilla patchouli with opoponax in the base,
so balsamic that it almost seems lascivious.
As is usually the case with such round scents, it is hardly possible to smell individual notes explicitly,
they form a harmonious whole.

A fragrance in transition from innocence, purity of a young girl,
towards the realization of one's own passion,
the awakening as a woman.
A fragrance full of femininity.
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9
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10
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Can777

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Top Review    46  
Fly me to the Moon
Solange Azagury-Partridge is a very well known jewellery designer among insiders. Their precious creations may look like kitschy costume jewellery at first glance, but they are by no means. She works with the noblest and finest stones and precious metals. Cosmic was part of a diamond collection that appeared under the name "Platonic" and was launched in 2007. Cosmic formed the crowning and stellar conclusion. The perfume was designed by Lyn Harris from Miller-Harris. She takes us with Cosmic on a journey to the stars that lies far outside the normal fragrance universe. Into a cosmos full of sparkling stars and almost extraterrestrial beauty!

Cosmic
Cosmic has often been compared to Vol de Nuit. Which I think is true. But where Vol de Nuit glides gently and quietly through the night, Cosmic is much higher. Cosmic flies at the speed of light through time, space and the universe. Cosmic is like a stellar nova of molten, creamy-warm galbanum. Galbanum is, so to speak, the fixed star that outshines everything and never extinguishes during the entire course. This resinous note is accompanied by floral tones that pollinate the perfume like a cosmic mist. A powdery iris chord floats in and mixes with delicate pink tones to colorful gases that seem weightless. Colourful, dazzling and iridescent! Meteorites accompany Cosmic in the form of silky soft opoponax and leave behind a creamy soft tail of resinous vanilla melt and shine. Everything is held together by an asteroid belt of earthy chocolaty patchouli and resinous green labdanum resins. A chypre star was born!

Conclusion
Cosmic is more than a successful reinterpretation of a chypre. He has the profundity of a Vol de Nuit and the incredible softness of a Hasu no Hana. Its appearance is creamy and almost milky. Cosmic merges formally with the wearer and becomes a silky-smooth and iridescent milkyway on the skin. Sillage and shelf life are both to be described in one word. Atomic! The artistic bottle with its almost pixelated metallic design language corresponds to a stellar hand grenade. Very extravagant! Cosmic reminds me a lot of one of my favorite movies. Barbarella with Jane Fonda. Barbarella who experienced with her blind companions the angel Pygar the wildest and most erotic adventures in the galaxies. A perfume which is suitable for the modern and modern Barbarellas, but also for male angels. In my sense also unisex. Cosmic is a newly born and young star in the universe of Chypre. He is in no way inferior to the old chypre majesties. Cosmic is a small, sparkling wonder in the infinite universe of perfumes. Or how would Mr.Spock just say? Fascinating!

Acknowledgements
My thanks go to a very specific, very charming person here who observed me in my hopeless search for Cosmic from another parallel universe. It was she who redirected the orbit of Cosmic, so that I could finally catch him after felt light years and very long search. This one person owns my deepest thanks!

Dear J.
You're just wonderful!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_-OiB4PW4A

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Baloma

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Baloma
Baloma
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Opium For Dessert
Shakespeare said that brevity is the soul of wit. Here, then, is a very witty review:

The cumulative effect of this fragrance produces a YSL Opium accord with the vanilla turned way up.

Delicious, decadent, and durable.
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