Baghari Eau de Parfum, Robert Piguet
Introduced in 1950 by the house of Robert Piguet and created by Francis Fabron (the fellow responsible for, among other gems too numerous to mention, Ricci's L'Air du Temps and Balenciaga's Le Dix), this classic treasure has recently been revamped by Aur�lien Guichard. In this incarnation you'll find an unforgettable and oh-so-sophisticated blend of bergamot, neroli, violet, aldehydes, jasmine, orange blossom, rose (Bulgarian or Damascene), rose Centifolia, iris, vetiver, amber, musk, and vanilla. This is one of the few updates of a classic that we feel certain will generate excitement and devot�es of its own; it is a highly evocative scent of unparalleled sensuality that is at once sweet(ish) and earthy and woodsy - and, at least in these parts, loved equally by guys and gals alike.
As with everything Piguet, Baghari is presented here in the house's instantly recognizable black bottle that just happens to be the quintessence of elegance and luxury and pampered indulgence. (And you are most decidedly worth it.)