Premier Jour by Nina Ricci for Women – 3.3 oz EDP Spray
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Summary of Nina Ricci Perfumes
First of all about the creator of the Premier Jour Perfume, Nina Ricci. Nina Ricci’s most famous perfume, L’Air du Temps, created in France in 1949, means “Air of Time”. This was capturing the passion and elegance of an emerging generation Maria and Robert Ricci headed. Robert, Nina’s son, worked with master perfumer Francis Fabron to create a scent with as much elegance as Madame Maria Ricci’s clothes. Marc Lalique created the graceful twin-dove crystal bottle. Other classic Nina Ricci perfumes have included “Farouche”, “Capricci”, “Fleur de Fleurs” and “Eau de Fleurs”; each has had its own unique Lalique crystal pure perfume bottle. Men’s fragrances have included “Signoricci”, “Signoricci II” and “Phileas”. More recent perfumes have included two different fragrances, both with the name “Nina”, and a series of three perfumes under the name “Les Belles de Ricci”. Furthermore, there have been additional fragrances with the name “Ricci Ricci”, “Love in Paris” and “Premier Jour” which means “first day”.
About Premier Jour Perfume
Premier Jour Perfume was launched by the design house of Nina Ricci in 2001. PREMIER JOUR is a women’s fragrance that possesses a blend of musk, vanilla and, mandarin, a tasty and alluring combination. It is recommended for daytime wear. When applying any fragrance please consider that there are several factors which can affect the natural smell of your skin and, in turn, the way a scent smells on you. For instance, your mood, stress level, age, body chemistry, diet, and current medications may all alter the scents you wear. Similarly, factor such as dry or oily skin can even affect the amount of time a fragrance will last after being applied.
Personal Usage by Wife
In conclusion my wife has been using the Premier Jour fragrance for years. It is a great smelling fragrance. My wife often comes home and tells me there are some co-workers that are interested in knowing the name of the fragrance that she wears.