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Kate Moss is having a back-of-a-limo reminiscence of a passionate tryst while cruising along the Seine, so you might as well be prepared for Parisienne’s upbeat, electrifying sexy sizzle of its innovative “vinyl” note. The fuzzy peach opening segues into a more romantic heart of Damascus roses, airy peonies and sweet violets, a nod to the classic bestselling Paris by Yves Saint Laurent composed by the same perfumer, Sophia Grojsman, while cranberries and blackberries provide a tangy counterpoint. The base is all sensuality with notes of patchouli, vetiver, naughty musk and cozy sandalwood. If you have any back of a limo experiences while wearing this, don’t claim we didn’t warn you! This 2009 launch re-interprets the original diamond-faceted Paris bottle into a more oblong variation with the same dazzling appeal.