Fracas de Robert Piguet. Created by Germaine Cellier and inspired by Rita Heyworth's iconic performance in Gilda, Fracas is the quintessential tuberose perfume of its day: a burst of peach and orange blossom leads into a glorious rain of gardenia, jasmine and great profusions of tuberose. A linear perfume which remains fairly constant throughout its duration, Fracas is the acme of glamorous, sensual femininity. http://shop.lessenteurs.com/category/1732/Fracas
"Fracas". By Germaine Cellier in 1948 for Robert Piguet. This advertising say "Celebrate Elegance", for what I've read about it would have been more appropriated to say "Celebrate Exuberance". This has been my favorite scent for over twenty years
FRACAS Inspired by the liberation of France following World War II, French couturier Robert Piquet wanted to create a fragrance that represented Paris's freedom and femininity. He commissioned perfumer Germaine Cellier to create this intoxicating scent. "When a woman wears it, the tuberose mingles with the skin, so it's impossible to tell where her natural scent ends and the perfume begins—that is the definition of a sexy fragrance," says perfumer Frédéric Malle.
Fracas Perfume The fragrance masterwork of French couturier, Robert Piguet, known for refined simplicity and an unerring sense of Parisienne style, Fracas became the signature fragrance of a small and knowledgeable coterie of women.Today, Fracas is the most coveted of fragrances; provocative yet pure, quintessentially modern yet redolent of another more glamorous time. Fracas is the fragrance of commotion, tumult and chaos of the heart.