And today, I'll be reviewing
BCBGMAXAZRIA Bon Chic,
by Max Azaria.
It's a fruity sweet fragrance,
and its simple composition
and reasonable price point make
it an excellent and stylish
Opening with strong top notes of
mango, pear, and raspberry, Bon
Chic then blooms
with a floral heart
of violet, orange
blossom, and pink peony,
all over a base of
wood, vanilla, and musk.
I'd recommend it for spring and
fall day wear in particular.
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Bon Chic Perfume by Max Azria, Bon Chic is a floral fruity women’s perfume with fruity, sweet, and tropical main accords. Best for spring or summer day wear, the fragrance has moderate longevity and sillage. It starts with strong top notes of pear, mango, and raspberry.
Pink peony, orange blossom, and violet middle notes follow, with vanilla, woody notes, and cashmere wood base notes to completing blend. Givaudan perfumer Stephen Nilsen created this fragrance in 2012.
fashion designer who lived in France with his family before emigrating to Los Angeles, California, in 1981. He launched Bcbg Max Azria in 1989, with Bcbg being shorthand for the French phrase, “bon chic, bon genre,” or “good style, good attitude.” The fashion line’s mission was to provide affordable designer fashion. The brand grew to include two designer collections, a couture gown collection, a ready-to-wear collection, and the acquisition of the Herve Leger fashion house. The first fragrance was launched in 2001, with Elizabeth Arden currently holding the brand’s fragrance license. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
Max Azria was born in Tunisia in 1948. He moved to Paris when he was 13 years old, to study acting and was educated there. <BR><BR>
BCBG stands for Bon Chic Bon Genre, which means "good style good attitude" in French. It is the name which Max Azria uses as the name of his company. The name and logo were designed by Max's wife Lubova. <BR><BR>For 11 years, from 1970 to 1981, Max designed womens Read more about Max Azria