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Originally released by Coty in 1988, this is no longer in production. This is fatale in the sense of femme fatale, a seductress who can charm with fatal allure. So we can expect something feminine, provocative and appealing.

The bottle has elegant ribbed tapering on the sides, golden leaves motif in the centre, and the same ribbing on the navy blue lid. The box is navy blue, with medium blue leaves and gold leaves layered across it.

fatale by coty perfume review

Opening notes: Bergamot and violet leaf.

Middle notes: Rose, jasmine, narcissus, gardenia, honeysuckle, tuberose, and carnation.

Basenotes: Oakmoss, sandalwood, musk, and amber.

This is stunning! Straight out of the bottle it leaps to perfection, it has every element that a perfume needs. Well blended, balanced, innate sensuality, and boosts the confidence of the wearer. A bouquet full of every fragrant flower in the garden is presented to you in this, absolutely glorious.

Suited to: Evening events and romantic occasions.

Rating: I give this a silver medal for well recommended.

Price: This can be hard to find on the secondary market, so prices vary considerably.