Champs Elysees Perfume by Guerlain, Champs Elysees is a women’s floral fruity fragrance that was released in 1996. It has floral main accords and works best for spring day wear. This fragrance was developed by perfumer Olivier Cresp, the first by a non-family member.
It has head notes of melon, almond, violet, peach, black currant, and anise. The heart notes consist of mimosa, lilac, peony, lily-of-the-valley, rose, almond blossom, and hibiscus. Sandalwood, vanilla, benzoin, almond tree, and cedar make up the base notes. Expect moderate sillage and long lasting longevity.
French perfume house Guerlain was founded in Paris by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain in 1828. Specializing in custom fragrances, the brand developed a following among the aristocracy and European royals. The business used family members as master perfumers for four generations until it was acquired by the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (Lvmh) Group in 1994. After using outside perfumers, the company hired perfumer Thierry Wasser as the in-house perfumer in 2008.