Rive Gauche by Yves Saint Laurent, is an "Eau de Toilette" for women with aldehydic floral notes. It is a daring and sexy perfume, revolutionary in its time and to this day. It is the pure definition of a flirtatious, free and unpredictable woman, ready to meet the world and sponsoring wherever she goes her indisputable Parisian chic. This fragrance was born in 1971 by the perfumer Michel Hy, who wanted to pay homage to the left bank of the Seine River by giving his name to the fragrance. The Seine River divides the French capital into two sectors, and in this case, the southern sector is the place where the romantic Paris of the early twentieth century took place, chic and bohemian, with incredible cafes and parks, birthplaces of several artists of the time, and was also the birthplace of French fashion. In its olfactory cycle, special and unmistakable, we can highlight an output of green and citrus notes, which are slightly appeasing to make way for a totally floral scenario: rose, geranium and gardenia among others, to close this experience with woody nuances such as tonka bean, Tahitian vetiver and oak moss. ROMANTIC AND CAREFREE. Rive Gauche has an unforgettable scent with an incredible power of distinction. Its aromatic trail takes us back to Paris in the 70s, a romantic and bohemian place, full of artists and poetry, and with a more than picturesque view. MOTHER'S AROMA. Its scent often reminds us of the aroma that our mothers gave off in our childhood, a tender, warm and friendly balm, since it was a Top Seller for several decades. PERFUME WITH PERSONALITY. We are facing a creation that is far removed from the fashionable aromas of today, both in its essence and in its bottle, which was designed by Tom Ford.
Directions for use: Directions for use: Spray a mist around the head and shoulders so that the fragrance settles gently.