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A Citrus-Floral Reinterpretation: The Eau Fraiche “Fracas” by Robert Piguet

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The French label Robert Piguet unveils the unisex fragrance “Fracas (Eau Fraîche)” – a citrusy-floral and lighter variation of the Eau de Parfum from 1948.

Eau Fracas Fraiche by Robert Piguet is inspired by the iconic fragrance Fracas, which revolutionized the industry in 1948. A contemporary interpretation that adds a new dimension to the legendary Fracas collection. The result is a modern and sparkling bouquet that dances exuberantly on the skin.

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The fragrance journey of “Fracas” opens with a sparkling, fruity blend of bergamot and mandarin. Delicate floral notes of gardenia, jasmine and tuberose unfold in the heart, ending with a warm and velvety base note of musk and sandalwood.



A Citrus-Floral Reinterpretation: The Eau Fraiche "Fracas" by Robert Piguet

Fracas (Eau Fraîche) – Robert Piguet

Inspired by the popular Eau de Parfum “Fracas” from 1948, the new fragrance was created by Calice Becker in collaboration with the flavor and fragrance manufacturer Givaudan. As an Eau Fraîche, the composition has a lower concentration than the Eau de Parfum, which gives it freshness and lightness.

Robert Piguet

Despite family opposition, Paul Jean Robert Piguet left Switzerland at the age of 17 to gain a foothold in the fashion industry in Paris. However, his first attempt to establish himself with a store on Avenue Montaigne failed when the store closed. Despite this setback, Piguet did not give up on his goals and soon found work with the designer Paul Poiret and later with the fashion house Redfern. in 1933, he finally opened his first own salon in the Rue du Cirque, which he later moved to the Rond-Point of the Champs-Elysées. In his heyday, Piguet employed many future icons of the fashion world, including Christian Dior, Hubert de Givenchy and Pierre Balmain.

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From 1944, Piguet increasingly turned to the world of fragrances. His perfume, “Fracas”, is still a classic of the label today and reflects the elegance and sophisticated style for which his fashion collections were known.

The new fragrance is available in a bottle size of 25 ml.

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