Love In Paris 2004

Love In Paris by Nina Ricci
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7.2 / 10 57 Ratings
Love In Paris is a perfume by Nina Ricci for women and was released in 2004. The scent is floral-fruity. It is still in production.
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Main accords

Floral
Fruity
Sweet
Fresh
Powdery

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
Star aniseStar anise BergamotBergamot
Heart Notes Heart Notes
PeonyPeony RoseRose
Base Notes Base Notes
MuskMusk VanillaVanilla Woody notesWoody notes

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Scent
7.257 Ratings
Longevity
7.345 Ratings
Sillage
6.338 Ratings
Bottle
6.444 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 07.03.2024.

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Bottle
5
Sillage
8
Longevity
7.5
Scent
MrsGuerlain

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MrsGuerlain
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One of the good ones
I find this one of the good Nina Ricci scents. It has a beautiful floral expression that stays for quite a while and never disappears totally, joining the base instead of letting it take over. When the day is done I still smell especially peony. Just lovely!
The bottle is also worth mentioning. It is not necessarily a masterpiece and as renowned as the NR’s L’Air du Temps falcon with the two doves - but it has its own minimalistic style and design that is quite pretty.
240/365
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jtd

484 Reviews
jtd
jtd
Very helpful Review 5  
new sweetness
Love in Paris is a tidy, smart floral, accessible yet creatively distinctive. The flower note is broad, a sort of idealized rich, dry white/pink flower. But if the flower is the noun, fruit and herb are the adjectives. The fruit Love gives you is more the flavorful scratchiness of fruit skin—peach? plum?---than the meat of the fruit. It keeps Love from veering anywhere near syrup. The sweetness comes from the anise, not the fruit. Fruity sweetness is a lingua franca of commercial feminine perfumery, but here sweetness and fruit flavor are separate elements combined to mimic a more vernacular sweetness. Clever, actually. It’s a sly sweetness that would appeal to many noses.

In most designer releases, sweetness is two-dimensional. More volume-up, volume-down than nuance. Do you prefer 8 lumps or 12? Love gives us a compact but more three-dimensional sweetness that is a perfect backdrop for the florals. Anise also lends that chilly feel that makes the flowers feel just pulled from the florist’s fridge.

I’m a fan of this perfumer, Aurélien Guichard. Love proves that he is able to work in designer, niche and traditional house (ie. Guerlain) with equal fluency. Love, Bond’s Chinatown, Guerlain’s Anisia Bella show some riffs on similar compositional themes without repetition or monotony. No mean trick in contemporary perfumery.
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