Carolina Herrera 212 Eau de Toilette Spray 100ml
<p>Top notes: spices, petit grain, lavender, green notes, grapefruit and bergamot<br />Heart notes: ginger, green pepper, gardenia, violet and sage<br />Base notes: labdanum, sandalwood, musk, guaiac wood, vetiver and incense</p>
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Carolina Herrera 212 eau de toilette spray for women is a gentle, floral fragrance, using a subtle blend of notes, including flower accords such as lily of the valley, jasmine and gardenia, rounded off with a base of musk and soft florals.
Venezuelan-born Carolina Herrera was a late starter in the fashion industry, launching her luxury clothing company when she was 40 years old, in 1980. Having moved to New York City as a teenager, she was known as one of the best dressed women in the world during the 1980s, and she famously styled former First Lady, Jackie Kennedy during the later years of her life. The first Carolina Herrera perfume, 212, was launched in 1998.
Top notes: spices, petit grain, lavender, green notes, grapefruit and bergamot
Heart notes: ginger, green pepper, gardenia, violet and sage
Base notes: labdanum, sandalwood, musk, guaiac wood, vetiver and incense
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