Floral, powdery, sweet, musky, and so much more, this fragrance for women has been wowing since its blockbuster release in 1988. It is classified technically as a floral aldehyde, and its note pyramid makeup follows. From the basic, reliable notes we all know and rely upon to make a fragrance work to unique notes that arrive unexpected, its scent tree provides intrigue that allows a fragrance like this to spend such a long time on the market and stand the test of time. The top notes are aldehydes, peach, mandarin orange and green leaves. The fragrance's heart consists of middle notes the likes of tuberose, mimosa, ylang-ylang, jasmine and rose. At the anchor are base notes of gardenia, amber, civet, sandalwood and musk. Do like a star by spraying this Hollywood Boulevard-inspired beauty on your wrist.
See its more fruity flanker, too: Hollywood Star.