Ralph Lauren Ralph


Ralph Lauren may very well be on a list somewhere of "Most common first words uttered by precocious children," due to its ubiquity and truly impressive gauntlet of luxury products. Fragrances are released fairly regularly, but the most intriguing and special ones stick around like super glue. Since its launch in 2000, this floral fruity fragrance for women has held onto its fame and fortune for over two decades. Apple Leaf, Italian Mandarin and Japanese Osmanthus make up the note pyramid's peak. Freesia, Magnolia and Boronia account for the heart notes. This floral fruity fragrance's base notes are but Musk and White Iris. This perfume is truly impressive from top to bottom.