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November 08, 2008

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Christine

The most beatiful perfume I have ever smelt.
It has a lovely warm, powdery baby smell you have ever imagined.
You instantly think of a new born bady just be washed and dryed with talcum powder. and it lasts all day,,,,

Mmmm........ lovely, lovely, well done Robert Piguet. Baghari perfume

Perfumaniac

Interesting, Christine. I don't get baby powder, or a powdery baby smell at all. I get boozy, musky, and animalic. It is very feminine, definitely, and it does last all day. Did you smell the new stuff or the vintage?

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