Boss Woman Hugo Boss Eau de Parfum
Boss Woman Hugo Boss Eau de Parfum is a 2006 Floral Spicy Fruity Musky Perfume by Hugo boss for woman. The perfumer artist behind this fragrance is Olivier Cresp . Top notes are Aldehydes, Bergamot, Lemon. Middle notes are Pink, Plum, Ylang ylang. Base notes are Oak moss, Patchouli, Cumin.
Boss pour femme, the perfume of the Boss woman
But now, Hugo Boss women also know how to be very elegant. However, it is precisely to this concentrate of feminine refinement that Boss Femme perfume refers. This shows us the woman in her best light and is ideally designed to match her most beautiful evening outfits.
The natural beauty of the Hugo Boss woman
It was in 2006 that the Hugo Boss house created the Boss Femme fragrance. The brand thus developed a true hymn to femininity that year. This perfume reveals to us the image of a radiant and elegant woman. This juice is made of sweetness and serenity. He thus gives us the vision of a woman happier than ever and whose smile is the most beautiful asset. Hugo Boss shows us here all the most beautiful facets of femininity. Boss Femme is the scent of an intuitive, romantic, sweet and almost magical woman. It is an enchanting and radiant essence with a velvety and mysterious trail. Indeed, time is a precious asset to fully discover a woman and she would be nothing without its share of mystery. This only makes her more endearing and then makes men want to know more about her. Boss Femme is a particularly seductive and unforgettable fragrance. It is a concentrate of generosity, tenderness and love. It takes us to the border between the real and the marvelous, anchoring femininity in a timeless and universal universe.
The radiant signature of Boss Femme
Boss Femme is a perfume that has been crafted by two renowned perfumers, namely Annick Ménardo and Harry Frémont. Together, they chose to start this juice with an original and fruity accord of tangerine, a flower famous for its zesty scent, and blackcurrant. Likewise, the Hugo Boss woman immediately displays her femininity here via the floral presence of freesia. Then, this carnal aspect only intensifies in his heart. This associated with the enchantment of the oriental lily and jasmine from Madagascar. These two ingredients dominate a huge bouquet of white flowers synonymous with purity. Pour a little and Boss Femme would be the perfect perfume for a young bride! In addition, its essence is further enhanced by the Bulgarian rose, a true star of female perfumery. The whole then ends with a more creamy and amber base. This contains lemon tree wood as well as musks making the whole thing more seductive and carnal. An apricot also completes Boss Femme’s recipe, making it a juice as sweet as a caress on the skin. On the bottle side, Boss Femme has a real glass sculpture. This one displays a cylindrical silhouette cut with a diagonal line distinguishing its base and its cabochon. The transparency of this case gives us a glimpse of a very feminine tender pink juice, synonymous with all the romanticism contained in this bottle. a real glass sculpture. This one displays a cylindrical silhouette cut with a diagonal line distinguishing its base and its cabochon. The transparency of this case gives us a glimpse of a very feminine tender pink juice, synonymous with all the romanticism contained in this bottle. a real glass sculpture. This one displays a cylindrical silhouette cut with a diagonal line distinguishing its base and its cabochon. The transparency of this case gives us a glimpse of a very feminine tender pink juice, synonymous with all the romanticism contained in this bottle.
“Boss Female” was released in 2006, and represents a floral-fruity composition. We can easily say that “Boss Femme” is an ode to femininity, a true concentrate of happiness. With “Boss Femme”, the Hugo Boss woman is both elegant and radiant. It leaves behind a trail as mysterious as it is subtle. Romantic and in love, the “Boss Femme” woman is incredibly luminous. As the brand Hugo Boss says, “Everything about her speaks of flowers, sweetness and tender words …”
Olivier Cresp at the helm of one of the most romantic fragrances
In order to create this most feminine fragrance, the Hugo Boss brand has chosen the perfumer Olivier Cresp. Born in Grasse to farming parents, Olivier Cresp grew up in the heart of smells and flowers. We can believe that passion is passed on from father to son, since Olivier Cresp’s son, Sébastien Cresp, is also a perfumer, thus perpetuating the passion for flowers. When Olivier Cresp is asked what a perfume is, he replies “A perfume is a concentrate of pleasure, femininity and happiness”. Minimalist and authentic, Olivier Cresp has taken center stage with the creation of the first gourmet fragrance in history, “Angel” by Thierry Mugler. We owe Olivier Cresp other great successes such as “Nina l’Élixir” by Nina Ricci, “Valentina” by Valentino and “Mon Paris” by Yves Saint Laurent.
Boss Femme et son bouquet of white flowers
“Boss Femme” associates from the start floral and fruity tones and takes off with the fruity and sweet notes of mandarin and blackcurrant. These fruits then combine with freesia for a soft floral side. Native to the Far East, the mandarin has been cultivated there for nearly 3,000 years. Legend has it that the mandarin takes its name from the mandarins, the Chinese high officials who were initially the only ones to eat the mandarin. The mandarin tree is the result of a cross between the clementine and the sweet orange.
The flesh of the mandarin is sweet and fragrant, and the mandarin is the least acidic citrus. In perfumery, the essence of perfume is obtained by expressing the rind of the fruit. The mandarin then gives off soft, tangy, fruity and sweet tones. Then, the heart of “Boss Femme” is loaded with white flowers, namely jasmine, white rose and oriental lily. Along with the rose, jasmine is the most widely used flower in perfumery. If jasmine has been cultivated in China, it has also been cultivated in Grasse since the 17th century. Jasmine is a decidedly feminine flower and offers very floral, powdery and luminous tones.
Finally, the base of “Boss Femme” is warm and subtle and combines Ceylon lemon with white musks, amber and a touch of apricot for a small dose of indulgence. The bottle is the visual representation of an aura. Solar, its transparency lets glimpse the soft pink color of the nectar.