Fracas Silkening Body Lotion, Robert Piguet *Currently Out of Sock*
Introduced in 1948 by Robert Piguet, this classic tuberose fragrance (with hints of orange blossom and pink geranium) has retained and even expanded upon its appeal - quite the feat for a 60-year-old. It's a highly evocative scent of unparalleled sensuality - and quite often mistakenly referred to as "the best gardenia around" (though that flower is not to be found in the formulation).
Presented here in a highly absorbent and silky, creamy, luscious lotion of the palest pink hue that imparts a buffed, lustrous sheen and the inimitable Fracas bouquet to your grateful skin.
Top notes: bergamot, orange blossom, leafy green essence, peach blossom, pink geranium
Heart notes: tuberose, jasmine, orris, carnation
Base notes: sandalwood, musk oakmoss, cedar
Cherished in the 40's by Marlene Dietrich; cherished today by Madonna and Kim Basinger (and the entire LUSCIOUS staff). This one is glorious, stunning, stellar - arguably one of the most memorable fragrances ever created---an attention-grabber, a heart-stopper, a traffic-stopper.