Chloé has launched Nomade Absolu, a new woody chypre fragrance for women. Nomade Absolu is a flanker to Nomade, which was introduced in late 2018.
Chloé Nomade Absolu de Parfum is an invitation to a more intense getaway. A more intense interpretation of the Eau de Parfum. The crisp of cherry plum, enriched by the fruity facets of davana and warm, sensual oak moss. This woody chypre is a more intense version of the original composition. The oakmoss remains at the vibrant heart of Nomade, but here it reveals an unexpected refinement. The sumptuous texture of a sweet, Mirabelle plum brings a juicy dimension to the scent. A sensuousness enhanced by the fruity, aromatic inflections of velvety davana. A wind of liberty, warmed by the creamy, woody richness of soft sandalwood.
Nomade Absolu was developed by perfumer Quentin Bisch.
Chloé Nomade Absolu is available now at Sephora online, in 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum.
(via sephora, additional information via chloe-nomade-absolu-press)
I thought oakmoss was no longer legal to use.
It is legal, it is just restricted by concentration.
Also, no way of knowing if there is any natural oakmoss in this composition.
And adding, in addition to synthetic substitutes, they can also use molecular fractions that remove the allergens.
I thought the same thing. A lot of my favorite fragrances are no longer in production due to oakmoss – a note I truly adore.
Thanks @Robin for clearing this up….sometimes it can be confusing.
This scent sounds very interesting……I like the original Nomade, so I’m willing to try this flanker.
So, some fragrances were reportedly let go because they were so reliant on oakmoss that there was no way to really do them with the materials that are still available. But other companies have found ways to replicate the smell, or are ok with the fragrance smelling a bit different.
Thank you, Robin, for the information. I needed to know this.