Fragrance description Jean Paul Gaultier Classique
Jean P. Gaultier Classique is an intensive eau de toilette for women - a beautiful, romantically sensual and sophisticated, provocative aroma consisting of a playful mixture of floral-fruity essences. Specially designed for self-confident, elegant women with a sophisticated taste. The feminine charm of this perfume by Jean P. Gaultier is embodied also in the design of its flacon which reminds of a perfect silhouette of a woman's body.
This eau de toilette is based on a specific aroma of essential musk, captivating amber, and sweetly seductive vanilla. Built on an exciting combination of blooms of orange tree, anise, juicy pear, and mandarin, it's further softened by romantically tender red rose. The floral heart of Jean Paul Gaultier Classique is dominated by iris, ylang-ylang, and captivating orchid.
This heart also contains a fruity element in the form of a plum aroma, blue as the ocean depths, and a spicy tinge of ginger towards the end to help you open your mind. Thanks to the uniqueness of this eau de toilette you will always feel fresh and naturally beautiful. Its long-lasting effects will draw the attention of every man around you.
- Base notes
- Amber, Cinnamon, Musk, Sandalwood, Vanilla
- Middle notes
- Ginger, Iris, Orchid, Plum, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang
- Top notes
- Bergamot, Orange Tree Blossom, Pear, Rose, Star Anise, Tangerine
- Fragrance category
- floral, oriental
About the brand Jean Paul Gaultier
Jean Paul Gaultier perfumes | Jean Paul Gaultier - The French designer Jean Paul Gaultier introduced his first fashion collection in 1976. He quickly received the unofficial title of the enfant terrible of French fashion, since so many of his designs were influenced by street fashion and folk culture. He’s renowned for designing film costumes as well as for Madonna’s stage performances. Between 2003 and 2010 he worked as the creative director at Hermes. Jean Paul Gaultier is also famous for designing many iconic perfumes. The first one, Classique, came out in 1994 and was marketed at women. Two years later, Gaultier introduced his first masculine called Le Male (“Male”), and both fragrances became a success. All Gaultier’s fragrances are produced by Beauté Prestige International.