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Cardamom, Coriander, Bergamot, Tuberose, Aldehydes, Tangerine
Rose, Carnation, Jasmine, Daffodil, Ylang - Ylang, Iris
Patchouli, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Amber, Honey, Musk, Vanilla
Emanuel Ungaro Diva is a classic feminine perfume symbolizing a woman as a goddess. It is a combination of the purest elegance, luxury, and beautiful warming chords of the Orient. This fragrance is designed for lovely ladies who know what is in. It belongs among oriental fragrances with floral motifs.
The first warm touches of Diva consume your senses by its sparkling bergamot accompanied by spicy Nepalese cardamom and coriander. The scent gets refreshed by juicy mandarins mingling with a bouquet of the choice blooms of roses, daffodils, carnations, and jasmines. Its heart is complemented by precious ylang-ylang, and a mixture of floral elements provides it with a very feminine tinge. The end of this mysterious essence brings intoxicating motifs of precious sandal wood and tender vanilla with chords of honey and patchouli.
The beautiful design of the flacon precisely captures the mood of Diva. It has a strong tempting tinge suitable for special occasions. It is noble, enchanting and it will be an ideal accessory to your evening dress.
Emanuel Ungaro, a famous fashion designer, was born in France in 1933. He learnt sewing from his father as a child. At the age of 22 he moved to Paris where he started collaborating with Cristóbal Balenciaga and with André Courrègese in the following years. In 1965 he founded his own house of fashion in Paris which he operated together with Sonja Knapp and Bruno Fassio. Their first collection and the first boutique on Montaigne street in Paris were introduced in 1968. The first Emanuel Ungaro perfume was called Diva and was presented in 1983. Later on, Senso, Ungaro and Emanuel Ungaro for Men perfumes followed. In 1996 Emanuel Ungaro joined Salvatore Ferragamo and Bulgari brands which led to some new fragrances. In 2008 Reese Witherspoon made a commercial for new Emanuel Ungaro perfumes presented in an Avon campaign.