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The sandalwood is soft and rich, lashings of radiant opoponax are hypnotic and spiritual.
The transition has a cooling effect, rather the reverse of a traditional warming on the skin and drydown. Opium is adorned with bushels of soft, spicy carnations in the drydown, accented with seductive jasmine and a hint of rose.
But I thought it was the most heavenly scent in the world, somewhere between our Orthodox church and our local baclava bakery. Even now, in my late thirties and much more assertive, I still don't think I can carry this one off. If anyone has an old bottle that needs a new home, or if anyone out there could send me a sample, that would be greatly appreciated! Tango Dancer Cologne All Hail Opium The endless review for this masterpiece speak for themselves. I have shoddy memory sometimes) the YSL fashions were pretty unisex in confident women's pant suits, jumpsuits and sexy oversized blouses.
The sillage is so enormous people can smell you before you even enter a room, and to be honest, some of them flee to the other end, it's not always a crowdpleaser. This is a 1970's iconic fragrance formulated by not one but two noses Jean Sieuzac & Jean Amic for the fashion house of Yves Saint Laurent. Women were no longer the domesticated dolls of the 1950's a la Donna Reed in pearls and polka dot dresses.
:) two different smell, when I smell up close you get kinda harsh carnation but what it comes to your nose from a distance is unexplainable for me, well blended coconutty oriental madness. Two years ago I had the opportunity to smell the wonderful iteration from the early 80s, warm, comforting, mysterious and animalic, almost oily and round, and had to find one.
My vintage bottle got YSL perfume corps label on it, probably one of the first formulations. I was able to find an affordable one from the mid 90s, similar to the tall bottle above.
Almost the most magical scent for me among the thousands of scents that I've smelt. I am looking to purchase ANY vintage Opium, Youth Dew, Cinnabar or Dior Poison-ALL MUST BE VINTAGE!!! Message me and let me know what you have and asking price. If I should say just one fact about Opium 1977 /the most important one/, I have to mention that this perfume is so invasive and absorbing that it makes you believe this scent has become an integral part of your bloodstream. The version I have is less round and less animalic, very much more incense.
To recap: it's a masterpiece, but to me all I smell is a grandmother holding a baby at a grand cathedral during a funeral mass. I tried Coco, Obsession, Cinnabar...nothing gets me like Opium! I'm wearing the vintage formula eau de toilette version from a mini bottle.
I bought this size because I have zero experience with this scent and was a little nervous trying it out after reading some poor reviews. I keep getting these gorgeous wafts of spice-tinged, creamy, almost gourmandish wafts of fragrance.