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Jean Paul Gaultier Women's Fragrances

Add a touch of class to your scent with the help of Jean Paul Gaultier women's fragrances, from sweet to warm scents. From Eau de Toilette to Eau De Parfum the range is as diverse as it is coveted.

The French haute couture fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier is known for his influential and bold designs, including the creation of the infamous Madonna cone bra of the nineties. His vision has always been to challenge traditional views of fashion and his designs and perfume bottles often represent a confident feminine attitude.

Classique

The trademark Jean Paul Gaultier fragrance for women, Classique comes in a bust shape with a faint imprint of a corset. The scent with warm and smooth with sweet hints, making it a perfect day-to-evening fragrance.

The initial fresh and floral scent of rose give way to warm and sweet undertones of orange blossom and vanilla for a simple and feminine perfume.

Classique Essence

A new, modern addition to the Jean Paul Gaultier Classique line, the Classique Essence was designed to smell good enough to eat. The initial top notes have a ginger and spicy scent, layered over jasmine, orange blossom and chantilly cream and woody base notes.

A spicier version of the Classique, it is better suited to the winter months to add a little more warmth to your scent.

Classique Intense

With the same orange blossom, rose and jasmine scents as the original Classique, the Classique Intense features different top notes of pomegranate and tiare flower to give an oriental feel to the fragrance.

Scandal

An elegant and fun fragrance, Scandal is a fresh scent with a warm and woody base. Jean Paul Gaultier's fragrances are known for coming in bust-shaped bottles, now we get to see the rest of the body. The simple and elegant glass bottle is topped with a pair of silver legs.

The delicious smelling scent combines fresh honey with gardenia and blood orange with a hint of wood.

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