During the 1950s, fashion photos showed women with a cold, hard side, vaguely haughty and not to say... snobbish. Typically the models were shown considering a Manhattan skyline or the top of the Eiffel Tower with blank expressions. The magnitude of the New Look gave them some attitude. This is the time of twin sets, pearls and high heels. The films of the time also reflected this upscale attitude - “ Breakfast at Tiffany’s ”, “ High Society ”, “ The Barefoot Contessa ” and “ How to Marry a Millionaire ? ”.
Reflecting the times, Paul Vacher created “Snob”, with its fruity spicy floral bouquet. Sumptuous and with a big personality, it is a fragrance for all trendy women, perfect for parties and gatherings.
Snob has a floral bouquet of white flower, paired with rose, to give a sensual effect. Spices including Iranian saffron bring a heat that is sublimated by precious woods: Australian sandalwood and Virginian cedar, surrounded by white musk.
|How to Use||A perfume can be a delicious whisper that reminds people "I'm here" Make sure your signature scent is saying what you want it to. Apply the fragrance to any of your pulse points, where the warmth of your body helps project the scent more: behind your knees, the inside of your wrists and elbows, at the base of your throat, and behind your ears or diffuse a 'cloud' of perfume in the air and walk through, this will give you an even, all-over scent. Your hair is an excellent perfume carrier (however, never spray directly onto the hair).|
|Ingredients||Notes: Mandarin, Bergamot, Saffron, Apple, Rose, Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Iris, Sandalwood, Cedar, White Musk.|