Fracas, described by fragrance guru, Luca Turin, as the “Ferrari” of fragrances is the jewel in the crown of the Robert Piguet collection. This cult fragrance worn by screen legends Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot is an intoxicating combination of tuberose, gardenia and orange blossom. Created in 1948 by Germaine Cellier, one of the most highly respected noses all time, Fracas extends the boundaries of sensuality in the floral family. It is a perfume of tumult and chaos of the heart which comprises the world’s most expensive raw materials.
Fracas was inducted into the FiFi (Fragrance Foundation) Hall of fame in 2006 and continues to be a cult fragrance the world over.
Notes Top notes of bergamot and mandarin. Heart notes of jasmine, tuberose and gardenia. Base notes of musk and sandalwood.
Scent Type Floral Perfumer Germaine Cellier Year 1948