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Angel Sucreé EDP 50ml by Thierry Mugler

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Angel Sucreé EDP 50ml by Thierry Mugler

Item #: 8118

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Aspirational and mischievous, Angel Eau Sucrée is a delicious new interpretation of Angel, an olfactory candy, born of a whirlwind of tangy freshness and angelic delights. Appetizing, addictive and utterly desirable, its ingredients provoke contrasting effects, with a profusion of taste sensations that echo each other: hot and cold, sweet and tangy, crisp and melt-in- your-mouth, fresh and sensual.

Back by popular demand, ANGEL Eau Sucrée's mouthwatering and irresistible fragrance will capture her desire in a refreshing wave of enchantment. She will cherish this ultimate gourmand facet of ANGEL and savor its delicious aromas.

Scent: Tangy

How to use: Spray onto a clean, dry body. Avoid direct eye contact.


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Thierry Mugler

Thierry Mugler‘s debut scent – of that: an olfactory ‘shock’, when it launched in 1992, it created a new ‘gourmand’ category and has gone on to become one of the bestselling fragrances in the world. Ballet dancer, interior designer, architecture enthusiast, photographer, art director, stylist: Thierry Mugler has always been something of a maverick, turning the luxury world upside down. ‘Excess’ and ‘freedom’ are watchwords of his catwalk creations – and of his fragrances. To create Angel, Thierry Mugler approached Jacques Courtin-Clarins, head of his family’s celebrated skincare and fragrance empire. Having revolutionised the world of fashion, the designer was seeking a partner who could bring his brand to life through a fragrance. So Angel was born, with its good-enough-to-eat notes, and an unusually high concentration of 30% of woodsy patchouli, added to keep the fragrance from becoming overly sweet. The patchouli was the brainwave of perfumer Yves de Chiris, who knew he needed something to counterbalance the candyfloss, caramel and chocolate which was inspired by Thierry Mugler‘s memories of a childhood fairground.