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 The five most-most: floral aromas
 Bill Blass

  Bill Blass gained popularity, styled women's clothing of the men's rough fabrics with delicate embroidery. It is not surprising that the fragrance, named in his honor - a female mixture of green mandarin, white hyacinth and soft sandalwood, poured into smooth courageous flask.

 The five most-most: floral aromas
 Chanel No. 19

  Created by perfumer Henri Robert (Henri Robert) a combination of May rose and vetiver, was a favorite at the very Coco Chanel (Coco Chanel). Accordingly, the fragrance was named after the date of birth of Mademoiselle - August 19.

 The five most-most: floral aromas
 Estée Lauder Beautiful

  Created more than 20 years ago, after the debut in 1985, this romantic floral fragrance, which was conceived as a wedding, is still one of the five best-selling fragrances in the United States. It has been found that this bottle, which encloses a rose, jasmine and juice sandalwood sold worldwide nearly every 13 seconds.

 The five most-most: floral aromas
 Michael Kors

  Launched Michael Kors (Michael Kors) in 2000, the wildly popular floral blend of tuberose, jasmine, lily and dried figs - a mixture of luxury, modern, sporty, elegant, sexy - still fully meets the latest trends in American fashion.

 The five most-most: floral aromas
 Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle Lys Mediterranée

  Inspired by the Mediterranean summer nights, this mix of ginger flower, lily, orange blossom and musk, was invented perfumer Edward Fletcher (Edouard Fléchier), creator of the famous Poison by Christian Dior.
Author: Anatoly Sverdlov