Éclat d'Arpège is a feminine perfume by Lanvin. The scent was launched in 2002 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Karine Dubreuil. The bottle was designed by Alber Elbaz.
The fragrance was designed to be a attract a younger customer than Lanvin's classic Arpège, which the Éclat bottle was based on (originally designed by Armand-Albert Rateau)
Éclat d'Arpège fragrance notes
- lemon leaves, lilac
- wisteria, green team peach flowers, red peony, chinese osmanthus
- white cedar, amber, sweet musk
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Latest Reviews of Éclat d'Arpège
Delightful,clean,optimistic,soothing, unobtrusive,enjoyable,inoffensive, kindly and light.a delicate and refreshing melange like tea,peony, peach blossom with an aquatic touch hover over base notes as cedar,musk and amber are more dominant here.this uplifting blend is so pleasing to the senses.
In fact Eclat d'Arpege is a fresh green soft floral scent,inspired by the beautiful nature and It is also kind of perfumes that lift your spirit.a great daytime choice in the spring / summer.suitable for everyday/office wear.anyway if you are sensitive to strong smells this one might interest you.
A little crisp, but mostly soapy and clean, Eclat d'Arpege won't attack you with any sharp citrus notes. It is perfectly balanced with the fruits and flowers coming together in harmony.
It is somewhat similar to D&G Light Blue, just without the strong lemon opening and the cedary, pencil shaving drydown. I prefer Eclat d'Arpege over Light Blue any day.
The fragrance has a slight aquatic feel in the opening, however towards the drydown the powdery woodsy notes deplete this sense of watery freshness.
Unfortunately this fragrance doesn't last very long, however I often find that this is the case with most fruity florals that are on the softer side. Despite the poor lasting strength I still recommend Eclat d'Arpege as a nice choice for Summer for those that want something simple and pretty.