Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche
Rive Gauche is a warm cloud of silver dust settling to show a lush rose. Both extremes complement each other perfectly, leading to an arrangement of breathless sophistication. ...
The subjective quality of Rive Gauche remembers the aldehydic florals underpinned by woody notes that are distinct, including Madame Rochas and Lanvin Arpege. The aldehydic crispness accented with geranium and rose complete, which softens the harshness of the treaty that was metallic, slowly fades to the velvety oakmoss.
The metallic note that links Rive Gauche using its avant garde forerunner Paco Rabanne Calandre is very remarkable, given this treaty that is refined is fashioned from diphenyl oxides, which may possess an artificial quality that is unpleasant, green and rose. Diphenyl oxide using its strong metallic geranium olfactory property is not very easy to visualize in a perfume that is fine, and to Rive Gauche, it adds a liquid silver effect in the control of the perfumers Jacques Polge and Michel Hy. As an example of a tasteful makeup that is bold and out of the blue, Rive Gauche is unparalleled.
The fragrance was reformulated under the creative direction of Tom Ford by perfumer Daniela Andrier in 2003. The feature woods and vetiver base notes are kept; the aldehydic impact reduced, as well as yet the flowery heart was changed. While the present day preferences are catered to by this alteration, the end result is the makeup has lost a number of its own sculptural quality as well as an ideal harmony of the treaties.
Rive Gauche continues to be taken in the United States marketplace, yet I lately discovered that once again it's accessible from most retailers taking the Yves Saint Laurent line. The masculine variant of Rive Gauche is similarly excellent.