Arpege by Lanvin for women

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SKU 30571
Design House Lanvin
Year Introduced 1927
Concentration Eau de Parfum (EdP)
Fragrance Notes aldehydes, jasmine, ylang-ylang, sandalwood, honeysuckle, amber, neroli, musk, rose, patchouli, lily of the valley, vetiver, iris, benzoin, coriander, peach, geranium, bergamot, lily, vanilla, camellia
Recommended Use Daytime
License Info Samples are hand decanted from the original licensed design house fragrance. Samples are not a licensed design house product. the customer will receive the original Fragrance hand poured into a sterile glass vial. MyPerfumeSamples is not affiliated with design house in any manner.
  1. not my thing

    by Kaitlyn on Mar 27, 2019

    It's kinda powdery as it dries down, I don't love that
  2. to much!

    by Kaitlyn on Mar 27, 2019

    too overwhelming!
  3. Old School

    by Kaitlyn on Nov 18, 2018

    Floral but kinda in an "old lady" way.. Not really to my tastes
  4. Too heavy

    by Sky on Jun 29, 2018

    Jasmine is overwhelming in this scent. I love Jasmine but when it is this concentrated I just can’t bear it.
  5. Jasmin

    by Zack on Apr 15, 2018

    Heavy jasmin if you like that
  6. Classic

    by Leigh on Oct 12, 2017

    Classic and classy. Really hard to go wrong with this long-lived fragrance. Might feel a little heavy to those of you who are used to modern light fruit & powder scents, but give it a chance -- as the evening goes on, the layers of this perfume will reveal themselves slowly and sensually. There's a reason women have been wearing Arpege for 90 years.
  7. Average

    by Zack on Sep 22, 2017

    I like this but its too sweet
  8. Velvet

    by Hope on May 17, 2017

    Now, I've heard the original was better, but this version is still excellent. When I first tried it, I didn't know what to think. Over time, it's grown on me, and I now appreciate it's beauty. There are tons of notes playing in and out into a velvety finish. Elegant and graceful. I think this fragrance would make one feel classy and be perceived as such by others.

    If it helps, Arpège is a floral aldehyde in the same vein as Chanel No. 5, but unique. Give this a try, and if it seems too mature or complex, give it a little time-- you may decide you like it!
  9. Arpege

    by Tatyana on Feb 17, 2017

    Classic, elegant, strong, and long lasting floral.
  10. Didn't like the undertones

    by Sydney on Dec 24, 2016

    I was hoping it would have a slightly sweeter undertone but to me it smelt very musky.
  11. Harsh talcum

    by Jaclyn on Dec 8, 2016

    I would have given this the worst rating, though I respect why some might like this, I would find it interesting in an older home of a European, I don't know why, maybe I smelled it once and that is what it reminds me of. I would never in a million years wear this, never been so sure, though like I said I could respect it on some and even like it on some, say a lady in an antique store.
  12. classic french scent

    by ALESSANDRO on Nov 16, 2016

    it smells like a classic French perfume,too flowery in my opinion
  13. hollywood

    by Kathleen on Jun 11, 2016

    Fantastic aldehyde floral w/jasmine. Elegant, luxurious, classy, French. I could imagine an old school Hollywood movie star wearing this. Love it, it is right up my alley as I like the older type fragrances. Lasts long on the skin as most of the older perfumes tend to be. Definitely a classic.
  14. Not for me

    by Alishia on Jun 10, 2016

    This does kind of remind me of a light Chanel no 5 which does not smell good on my skin at all. This has a very classic feel to it.
  15. A time capsule of classiness

    by Sharon on Jun 10, 2016

    Arpege is one of those deep, dark and rich fragrances that's sultry, and reeks of confidence and power. True olfactive masterpiece. Arpege is a smooth, near-perfect blend - like each note was casted for a specific role. When you turn on a black & white movie and you're rendered jealous that you missed out on this time period of pure classiness and timeless style - Arpege is like that black and white movie, that vintage beauty icon. A time capsule of classiness.

    That being said, if you're the type to think "black & white movies are boring" then Arpege may not be for you. Falling for Arpege is similar to falling for an old movie or an old blues song - it's about discovery and appreciation of a different time. If you love fragrances and their rich history... you long to know more about past compositions - even if they've been reformulated into a ghost of their former selves (which I'm sure this one is). Though, I will say - unlike other vintage aldehydic classics, Arpege lacks that extreme fizziness that tends to tickle your nose (and make you feel like you're about to sneeze). It's also less animalic - and to me, that makes it a little more friendly or approachable than other similar vintage powerhouses.
  16. A True Classic

    by Gail on May 20, 2016

    Very "old school" and elegant. Intense aldehydes. A bit strong, but great if used sparingly. "Promise her anything...but give her Arpege".
  17. Classic

    by Rose on Apr 12, 2016

    This has an aldehydic opening similar to the classic Chanels, especially No 5. Arpege is more woody (sandalwood) though, with a hint of vetiver which gives it a far less floral feel, makes it slightly different.

    It will feel quite dated for a younger generation, but I find it satisfying for its lovely complex French style. I'd not wear it often, maybe to a family occassion where it would be enjoyed by more mature women. If you like this, you'd probably love Bois des Iles by Chanel (not cheap!) but Arpege is very affordable nowadays.

    Having said that, styles change, and people seek more distinct perfumes these days. For a while everyone wanted to smell natural and simple (Jo Malone etc) which is still welcome when you want something simple for daytime or summer, but sometimes a full-on perfumy perfume is what's wanted and this is ideal for those occasions. It's not heavy or heady as such, there are no catty civet notes, huge florals etc, it has an elegance and it's most definitely classic in tone.
  18. I can appreciate it

    by Callie on Jan 13, 2016

    My mom adores this perfume. It was her first time smelling it and I asked if she ever remembered and women in her past to wear it. She hadn't (which was slightly disappointing, I was hoping for a story), but she loved it nonetheless. It's a light scent and she says it reminds her of the plain Avon cream, and it really does. If you have ever ordered from Avon this is what their lotions smell like - or at least used to years ago. I'm surprised I found this scent welcoming because I don't really like many of the aldehyde scents, but I'm sure it's due to the lightness of this scent. However, the only reason I would consider a larger bottle is due to the low cost and the bottle is beautiful.
  19. nice enough...

    by Moomoos on Apr 19, 2015

    if you've smelt chanel no. 5, then it smells a lot like arpege. avoid if you prefer no. 5, but try it out if you like aldehydes...
  20. still a favorite

    by Brenda on Jan 23, 2015

    This has always worked really well with my body chemistry, so I've always loved it. And it is distinctive in a way many modern scents aren't. Try it on your skin and see. Like another reviewer mentioned, this one won't tell you anything if you don't put it on your skin. If you're lucky like me, then you'll smell the magic.
  21. old smelling

    by Stephanie on Nov 18, 2014

    As soon as I sprayed this, I thought of an old lady, and not in a classic way, like an old closet way. I wanted to try this because i wanted to find something similar to Chanel No.5 but this is definitely not it. Yes, it has the aldehydes, but it also has a sour, stale smell to it as well, nothing like Chanel at all. The dry down is slightly softer, but not much. Try Miss Dior or L'Interdit if you're looking for something good with the Chanel No.5 vibe, but you won't truly find it with anything but.
  22. Reward = gorgeous fruity finale!

    by Heather on Jul 5, 2014

    Arpege is softly smooth, well balanced, sort of powdery, very feminine, and merely beautiful!

    First, I must tell you that you have to wear this perfume on your skin. If you spritz your clothes, you will never experience the Arpege adventure. It seems to be stuck in the aldephydic phase and never evolves into the full fragrance and into the dry-down.

    So, the opening is totally filled with aldehydes (smells a lot like No. 5 or Ysatis) with ylang-ylang very present. It's dark and adictive and it lasts a good while. Then the sandalwood shows itself and tones down the strong aldehydes, with some flower and spice notes!

    After a few hours Arpege absolutely leaves the aldehydic/white flower stage for a more fruity oriental one. There's a beautiful combination of dried apricots and/or peaches with some cloves and coriander (love coriander!)

    I feel like I'm wearing 2 different perfumes in one long experience - Arpege-1 and then Arpege-2! It's quite a ride! The gorgeous fruits are well worth waiting me!!
  23. nice enough...

    by Mario on May 6, 2014

    smells very similar to chanel no. 5. probably too similar...the aldehydes do it. both a wonderful scents with only small differences...smell both and decide for yourself...

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