Narciso Rodriguez Narciso RougeEau de Parfum for Women

Narciso Rodriguez Narciso Rouge Eau de Parfum for Women
Narciso Rodriguez Narciso Rouge Eau de Parfum for Women

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90 ml

Code: NAR01231 | In stock
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Fragrance description Narciso Rodriguez Narciso Rouge

Narciso Rouge Eau de Parfum for women by Narciso Rodriguez is a sensual, elegant fragrance that will give you a unique feeling of femininity and make you confident in your beauty at all times.

  • floral woody fragrance with powdery base
  • for a sensual and mysterious woman
  • suitable for both day and night

Composition of the fragrance
A grand bouquet of Bulgarian roses and irises creates a powdery composition enhanced by creamy musk. The result is a velvety, warm aroma that exudes femininity and sophistication. Slowly, the woody notes of cedar wood and vetiver come through and give the Eau de Parfum more depth and mystery. Thanks to the sweet note of tonka bean, the whole composition has a warm feeling of the finest cashmere.


Top notes
Bulgarian Rose, Red Iris
Middle notes
Base notes
Cedar Wood, Vetiver, Tonka Beans
Fragrance category
floral, woody

About the brand Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez, an American fashion designer of Cuban origin, studied at the prestigious Parson’s School of Design in New York. After his studies, his collaborations included one with Calvin Klein. He received numerous awards for his collection of women’s clothing, which he worked on in 1997 with the Italian company Aeffe, whose brands include Moschino and Pollini.
The style of his designs is influenced by European and Latin American trends, though they are still original. Stars such as Salma Hayek and Rachel Weiss wear his designs. He introduced his first perfume for women in 2003.
Today, you can choose from dozens of premium fragrances under the Narciso Rodriquez brand, with collaborations from famous perfume masters such as Alberto Morillas, Francis Kurkdjian, and Aurelien Guichard.  

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