Night Rider

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More intense than its iconic Scandal perfume, Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal By Night boasts the signature honey note with an addition of tuberose, sandalwood and tonka beans. It comes in a pink glass bottle reminiscent of the neon lights of Paris. 

Available at jeanpaulgaultier.com.

Oh, Yes

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Juicy Couture’s Oui perfume embodies femininity and boldness with luscious top notes of watermelon and acai tea, a delicate floral heart of jasmine and honeysuckle and an earthy base of amber resin and musk.

Available at juicycouture.com.

Firm Fragrance

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Deeper and richer than the original, Tiffany & Co’s revilatised Eau de Parfum Intense has a more concentrated musky floral scent of iris butter complementing the opulence of amber and benzoin.

Available at tiffany.com.

Pop Culture

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Paco Robanne’s PureXS for Her imitates sultry femininity with an explosion of sensual desire through floral top notes of ylang ylang and jasmine before an exciting burst of popcorn (yup, popcorn!), musk and milkwood.

Available at pacorobanne.com.

Symbol Of Love

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Diptyque’s Roses collection embodies the spirit of Valentine’s Day with the Eau Rose Eau de Toilette. A beautiful infusion of damascena and centifolia roses, the fragrance also carries a unique tart green note.

Available at diptyqueparis.com.

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Tags: Jean Paul Gaultier, Perfumes, Fragrance, Tiffany & Co., Tiffany's, Diptyque, Parfum, Paco Robanne, Juicy Couture