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Part 1 of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Classique fragrance for women

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Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier is a French fashion designer whose first collection was presented in 1976. Having no formal training in fashion design, he began his career at a young age by sending his sketches to famous couture designers of the day. Pierre Cardin and Jean Patou are among the designers who recognized his talent and helped him get started in the business. Known as the enfant terrible of fashion, Gaultier’s designs run the gamut from street wear to haute couture. He introduced skirts for men in the 1980s and designed the distinctive cone bra worn by Madonna in the early 1990s.

The first perfume of the Gaultier house was launched in 1993—the famous Jean Paul Gaultier EDP for women, whose name was subsequently changed to Classique. Classique was followed by Le Male in 1995, and Fragile in 1999. All of them were known for their peculiar packaging and unusual compositions. Limited edition flankers have been released for many of the fragrances, featuring new “fashions” for the bottles. Jean Paul Gaultier produces fragrances in conjunction with Beaute Prestige International.

Designer Jean Paul Gaultier has 82 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1993 and the newest is from 2014. Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Jacques Cavallier, Francis Kurkdjian, Olivier Cresp, Annick Menardo and Aurelien Guichard.



Jean Paul Gaultier – Original – 1993 – A fragrance that promises pleasure…’ Bold and sweet, awakes your feelings. And not only yours – imagine that people can recognize you even with their eyes closed. In the top notes delicate rose scent is spiced by fresh anis. Middle notes combine sweetness of orange blossom and exciting ginger, a powerful aphrodisiac. Vanilla and sensual amber gently embrace in the base.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Collector Edition – 2014 – It is an Oriental Floral fragrance for women. Top notes are orange blossom, mandarin orange, star anise, pear, rose and bergamot; middle notes are iris, ginger, plum, orchid, ylang-ylang and tuberose; base notes are amber, musk, vanilla, cinnamon and sandalwood.



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Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2006 – This version of the classic perfume, alcohol free. In the top notes are rose, orange blossom, clementine and lemon; the middle notes include jasmine sambac, ylang-ylang, lily, white iris, and the base notes are composed of vanilla, amber and musk.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2008 This summer fragrance is available in a beige bottle of the same shape as JPG Classic, with African motifs applications.It is composed of rose accords mixed with orange blossom, clementine and Sicilian lemon juice, the heart follows with floral bouquet composed of jasmine Sambac, ylang-ylang, lily of the valley and white iris. The base introduces vanilla, musk and amber.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2009 – They bring us a real stream of fresher aromas packed in characteristic flacons decorated with pastel colours. Alcohol-free Classique opens with cheerful accords of Bulgarian rose, clementine, orange flower, star anise with a fresh, green nuance of lemon skin. A heart blooms with a bouquet of ylang-ylang, jasmine, lily of the valley, orchid and iris with a hint of indian ginger, while a base encompasses vanilla absolute and amber, which leave a comfortable trail.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2010 – This cheerfully decorated flacons is  painted with stripes coloured in lively nuances, promising a fiery and colourful summer. It is attractive and sexy, and a charming composition which includes orange blossom, clementine and lemon in top notes. A heart blooms with Sambac jasmine, lily of the valley, white iris and ylang ylang along with woody notes, while a base features vanilla, musk and amber.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2011 – It is a lively floral and romantic fragrance of slightly rebellious nature, attractive like tattoo adorned sun tanned skin. The fragrance opens with orange blossom and rose. The heart of Sambac jasmine and ylang-ylang is placed at the base of fresh musk and vanilla. Maori tattoos that adorn the bottles symbolize natural bravery, courage, mystery and sensuality with motifs reminiscent of JPG’s ready-to-wear collection for summer 2009.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2012 – This fragrance bring colors and aromas of tropical jungle in the city. The fragrances are a fresher, lighter and more sparkly than the original compositions, but they are still deeply sensual and attractive. The signature bottles in the shape of male and female torsos and their can boxes are decorated with vivid design inspired by safari, urban jungle, tropical leaves, flowers and vines. It opens with fresh and flirtatious notes of clementine from Sicily, rose and orange blossom. Exotic flower of ylang-ylang forms the perfume’s core together with petals of Sambac jasmine, lily of the valley and white iris, while the base notes are oriental and warm with amber, vanilla and fresh musk

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2013 – The design of the bottles and boxes for this year is inspired by tattoos featuring carp motifs or koi tattoos. Koi, according to Japanese legends, symbolizes courage and determination to achieve big goals, and it also means luck and good fortune. It is a fresh and light oriental floral that opens with notes of orange blossom, clementine and Sicilian lemon. The heart includes aromas of Sambac jasmine, rose, lily of the valley, white iris and ylang-ylang, while the base consists of warm accords of vanilla, musk and amber.

Jean Paul Gaultier – Summer – 2014 – This summer fragrance for women arrives in characteristic bottle form, with illustrations of mermaids, corals, pearl sea shells and star fish. The summer compositions opens with a luminous blend of mandarin, clementine and lemon accompanied with orange blossom and rose. The heart is embellished with sambac jasmine, ylang-ylang, lily of the valley and white iris, resting on a base of amber, vanilla absolute and musk.




Jean Paul Gaultier Classique X  – 2010 – The french fashion designer is releasing this fragrance to celebrate his fall/winter 2010 couture collection and is meant to be a more seductive and provocative interpretation of the original . Top notes of bulgarian rose and orange blossom growl into an x- rated heart of intoxicating tuberose and orange blossom. The base is alluring and luxurious with notes of amber and vanilla

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique X Extrait – 2010 – It is a new, intense and sexy Classique X edition, is very provocative and it accompanies clothes collection fall/winter 2010/2011. The new fragrance seduces with a composition which offers sophisticated dose of erotic. It marks the territory with its alluring scent and invites for pleasure. Top notes incorporate Bulgarian rose and orange blossom, heart blooms with provocative tuberose and orange blossom which creates a hypnotizing and appealing floral bouquet. A base is composed of amber and vanilla, which make it hot and opulent. Everyone who smells it will experience sweet torture. It is simply impossible not to get into an olfactive net of pleasure. The fragrance will be available in a dark flacon with letter X on its chest, which announces strong notes which will certainly provoke.

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique X Jewel Edition – 2011 – Its is presented in a new disguise for a limited edition, more attractive and suggestive than ever. Genuine jewellery, the designer necklace or bracelet—accentuate the bottle’s curves in the form of the “X” sign. As symbols of liberated sensuality, this fragrance and jewelry pieces provide a sexy rock-chic experience. A long black pearly necklace adorns the 100 ml bottle, while the bottle of 50 ml features the bracelet of the same design. The metal can package is adorned with a fishnet pink “X. With citrus notes of mandarin and bergamot at the top, orange blossom, powdery iris and peony in the heart and the base of cedar and vanilla.

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique Eau De Parfum – 2012 – is a Oriental Floral fragrance for women. Top notes are bergamot and raspberry; middle notes are rose and orange blossom; base notes are vanille and iris.

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique X L’Eau – 2012 – perfume by Jean Paul Gaultier, Introduced in 2012 by jean paul gaultier,jean paul gaultier classique x l’eauis an elegant scent that is as unique as you are . This lively fragrance will remind you of the great outdoors with its zesty notes of bergamot, neroli, smooth vanilla, and powdery orris root. A sophisticated spicy scent for women, this bold fragrance exudes confidence each time you apply it, and it makes a perfect day-to-day scent for both work and play

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique X Erotic Chic – 2011 –  Pick up a sophisticated feminine fragrance when you invest in a pink bottle of jean paul gaultier classique x erotic chic . This seductive scent for women was created and released during early 2010 by jean paul gaultier to complement the line of winter fashion that had debuted a few months earlier. Its charming base of cedar and vanilla is highlighted with blooming top notes of citrus, orange flower, and iris to form floral and woody accords that accentuate your femininity. The Erotic Chic bottle features a metallic chain with black fringes, which becomes a piece of jewellery to be worn around the neck or the wrist. Inspired by burlesque entertainment, the chain has apparently been mounted by hand. The tin, like another Classique X special edition, the Jewel edition, is a nod to the fishnet stocking.



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Jean Paul Gaultier L’Eau D’Ete – 1997 – It is a Floral fragrance for women. Top note is rose; middle note is jasmine; base note is vanilla.

Jean Paul Gaultier L’Eau D’Ete – Sans Alcohol – 2004 – It is a Oriental Floral fragrance for women.  Top notes are clementine and sicilian lemon; middle notes are orange blossom, jasmine and rose; base notes are musk and vanilla.

Jean Paul Gaultier Eau D’Ete – 2003 – This limited edition summer flanker of Classique for 2003 is inspired by butterfly motifs and the art work of Alexander Calder. The fragrance contains notes of cassis, mandarin, orange blossom and vanilla. It is available as 100 ml EDT without alcohol.

Jean Paul Gaultier Les D’Ete – 2005 – Lighter, alcohol-free summer version of Classique. Besides the similarity with the classic fragrance, it possesses its individual characteristics dictated by the hot summer. The main notes are: the mandarin of Sicily, rose, blackcurrant leaves, ylang-ylang, iris, orange blossom, lily of the valley, vanilla, amber and musk.


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