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Gardenia, Vetiver, Magnolia, Oak, Rose, Aldehydes
Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche is a pleasantly woody fragrance with a soft tinge of floral tones. Fresh and airy, yet it can be also warming, which makes this eau de toilette ideal for wearing all year long.
The original Rive Gauche was created already in 1970, but it has been modified several times since. Today, this fragrance is dominated by chords of wood together with other earthy, chypre tones. The accents of oak moss and vetiver in its base are very pleasant, as these natural and personal fragrances soften the floral part of the essence, which is formed mainly by irresistible roses, magnolias, and gardenias.
Rive Gauche was named after the left bank of Seina, a Paris neighborhood, which is even more intellectual and bohemian than the other parts of this exceptional city. And that's exactly what this fragrance by Yves Saint Laurent should be like. As beautiful as Paris, free-spirited and a symbol of joy of life, while absolutely original and unique.
And that's exactly what the women who wear it are like; they love the atmosphere of Paris and enjoy everything this city can offer. They love freedom, spontaneity and ingenuity. They like to feel as fresh as a breeze, but they enjoy warm sunbeams, too. All these combine in Rive Gauche eau de toilette.
Paris is just perfect both by day and night. And the women who have a perfect French taste such as Rive Gauche will be perfect both in sunlight and moonlight just like Paris. You wil appreciate this eau de toilette as an excellent accessory on a romantic date or during an easy walk through the city, and it won't disappoint you even at festive occasions.
Rive Gauche is a timeless fragrance which makes it a perfect gift.
22 December 2015
Memory now unreliable as I loved this perfume years ago - now find it less intense than I remembered - obviously this is just a personal reflection.