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Fleurs de Nuit Badgley Mischka for women

Fleurs de Nuit Badgley Mischka for women
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Fleurs de Nuit is the second fragrance from the designing duo Badgley Mischka. It is an exquisite white floral with a sophisticated woody sillage. Greens, White Florals, Night Blooming Jasmine, Lily, White Peach, Silky Woods and Glowing Amber act together in a mesmerizing bouquet suitable for your most formal and your most romantic occasions. Fleurs de Nuit was launched in 2007. The nose behind this fragrance is Rodrigo Flores-Roux.

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Magnolia Quince Bergamot

Middle Notes
Orange Blossom Jasmine White Peach

Base Notes
Amber Woodsy Notes

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Fleurs de Nuit Fragrance Reviews

atiet97
atiet97

Fleurs de Nuit starts creamy, jasminy and green...and that was recieved in that order. It's quite odd for me, as I always associate green with sharp or crisp, and creamy with milk and thick. But this creaminess is sheer. So...FdN is all about contrast. Sounds promising, right? Well, on me...bland all the way!

The juice is linear, velvety but translucent. It's a "people notice I'm standing here...." perfume, but not an attention getter. Safe, simple, clean white floral type with a sweet fruity edge. Jasmine is the main actor, Magnolia is the supporting role that contribute to the creamyness of the juice. Other than that, there's nothing much to say than the perfume stays like this through the end.

While reviewing, I'm trying so hard to be positive, but I couldn't praise more couldn't write more. It's totally that mediocre. Well, I still give a "like" on the bottle, though. It's a nice square-ish diamond shape and silvery lacey print, beautiful to observe from afar. But in details, it's lacking. The print on the metal plate is not fitted and wobbly. The bottle's quality is a bit rough for the brand that they represent, way below Hermes's Jour de Hermes or Bottega Veneta, which are for me, the best quality bottles. Smooth and precise!

Back to the juice, apart from my negative comments, FdN might works its magic on you. If you're bored with loud and heavy perfumes, need an escape and rest your nose. Maybe you could try FdN, it's calming and relaxing. At least, it's working for me!

Nov
25
2013
Sassy1
Sassy1

Badgley Mischka's 1st perfume effort was an attention grabbing poweerhouse, love it or leave it. A boozy fruit liquer with caramel drizzle drydown.

Their 2nd offering is far less controversial, bordering on just plain dull. Yes, there's lemony jasmine and yes, there's a little orange blossom and yes, I pick up the magnolia.

So, yes, it is a white floral. But it's also a typical fragrance of the last 5 years - while pretty, just a little too vague with no lasting power or sillage. Watery, non-dimensional, wan, thin, flat and boring, boring, boring...

Heavy, HEAVY sigh...

Apr
26
2013
tropic sugar
tropic sugar

I just purchased this perfume a few weeks ago and I really wasn't expecting much but for the cheap price I paid I was blown away!I love white florals but they do have a tendency to bother my nose and can be to heavy sometimes.This is more like a solar floral and if your expecting something complex you will be disappointed.This is very well blended and jasmine and lily are the dominate notes on my skin.It is sweet and the sweetness comes from the white peach I believe.I would not consider this a fruity fragrance but the white peach adds a sweetness and keeps the florals from becoming cloying.The base notes are very soft and the fragrance does not change much on the skin.This was very long lasting on my dry skin.This is a cross between beyond paradise and marc jacobs signature but better quality in my opinion.This could be worn year round and I would classify this as a classy elegant tropical floral.Its not sexy in a night club way but sexy in a tropical garden at night way with a warm ocean breeze blowing softly on your warm skin while the smell of night blooming jasmine fills the air with its sweet heady scent.It does take me to another place which is what I look for in a fragrance.This is beautiful and elegant and was a great blind by for me!You can get this at fragrancenet or fragrancex for around 35.00US dollars.If you love florals you should really give this a try.A real beauty for jasmine and lily lovers!

Jan
21
2013
crazysuzy
crazysuzy

That's a lovely,modern and feminime perfume. Great for everyday use. I like to use it when I'm tired or dull, it is so refreshing in 2 minutes I'm myself again.
I think the white flowers suits almost every women, it could be a good gift idea too.
I actually bought it without trying out, in a huge sale at strawberrynet, so I don't know the original prize, but if it ever runs out, I might repurchase.
The only con is the bottle, which looks lovely but impossible to carry around, the top comes off easily and it's too big. But if you want to use it at home only, it's fine.

Dec
29
2012
genny17
genny17

I was cleaning up my closet and found a 10ml of Fleurs de Nuit, I find it to be a luxurious floral, nice, not sharp, well done, and the drydown is rounded and yes light. It isn't what I usually wear but I admit it smells elegant, so for lovers of big florals, this is a nice option considering the price. It has a classic edge but refined, not oldish at all.

Dec
06
2012
jtd
jtd

Follow-ups to fist time successes are notoriously difficult and Badgley Mischka appear to have tried to recreate the win by following a similar strategy to the original Badgley Mischka. The original perfume was a syrupy fruitchouli released in 2006. While the genre may have been generic, the perfume was not. It dressed up a shady fruitchouli fragrance not with the intent to make it make it more acceptable, but to make it better than any others. It included layers of rot and booze that were more potent than any simple fruity sweetness. It smelled terrific and was a clever commentary on a genre that was considered hackneyed by the time of its release.

Badgley Mischka’s sophomore offering, Fleurs de Nuit, suggests jasmine and its sweet-sweaty atmosphere. Even more, it implies night-blooming jasmine, the vampire of fragrant plants, with a narcotic miasma of flowers and flesh. Unfortunately, having built expectation into its name, Fleurs de Nuit defeats itself. Without the requisite seamy side, and with the addition of a half can of cling peaches, FdN is both loud and vague, like someone who gestures madly to get your attention, and once she has it, forgets what she meant to say. It’s not that FdN isn’t pretty. It’s a simple, clean jasmine with no sharp edges and no distortion. It simply doesn’t stand out either on its own or in comparison to other fruity florals.

The original Badgely Mischka gave buyers a category they thought they knew and then pulled out the rug from under them. FdN takes the first part of the equation, using an easily recognizable category, here a sweet fruity floral, but neglects the other half---the twist, the subversion. Aiming for the center of the market, but with nothing new to add to it, FdN comes off as both generic and derivative. I’m not so much disappointed in the perfume itself as I am surprised and perplexed. Given the smarts and audacity of the first release, why follow up with a such a timid strategy? The answer, and the fun, really, lies in the next flaw in the strategy.

FdN apparently tries to win buyers with the dual strategy of the generic (larger potential market share) and the derivative (the herd instinct.) The herd instinct, perfected in men’s fragrance and marketing, relies on the principle of safe buying, which is to say that buyers will want to try something that they identify as different from what they have, yet the distinction is so slight as to be indistinguishable to most others. It’s the daring mocha caramel 3-shot decaf trenta latte with 1 % no foam drinker one day branching out and trying the same WITH foam.

Here’s the derivation: To my nose, FdN smells like an undisguised attempt to make the jasmine version of Juicy Couture’s tuberose. Juicy Couture by Juicy Couture stripped the tuberose note of its dark side and paired it with a sweet, plastic musk sheen. Where JC’s acetone muskiness shellacs the tuberose so that we see it through a prism, FdN coats its rinsed-clean flower with a sugary fruitiness and winds up like a large scale blur. In drydown, JC hangs together solidly. In FdN, although there is a slight reference to the original Badgely Mischka’s fruity ‘flavor’, it’s a superficial allusion. FdN skips anything like the original’s brandy/ammonia decay, and the drydown is a fairly quick jump from blurred to bland.

I don’t like to berate a perfume. In this case, though, the perfume is so formulaic, and the strategy of diving to the bottom of the middle of the pack is...what? Miscalculated? Cynical? A counterintuitive attempt to manage high expectations? For high-end frock makers to want to compete head-to-head a maker of garish track suits and diamante accessories, at least symbolically through their perfumes, is baffling. The follow-through from perfume to packaging is consistent, though. I’ve always thought that the original Badgely Mischka bottle was an example of unintended kitsch, but FdN tops it, making the Juicy Couture spangly bottle seem like a spectacle of good taste.

Nov
30
2012
Raina
Raina

If Givenchy Organza and Jennifer Aniston's fragrance Lolavie had a baby, I imagine it would turn out quite like this. There's a clean, beachy sort of jasmine featured here that is very similar to the jasmine note in Jennifer Aniston's fragrance, though the projection is greatly improved here. But where Lolavie stays light and beachy, this goes in another direction with the added sweetness and touch of spice. Its the same sweetness and spice found in Givenchy's Organza, a very classic type of spice that in a way relates it to Fracas (as the review below me mentions.)

Personally, I feel that the sweetness rather ruins the fragrance for me. I'm a huge addict when it comes to feminine jasmine fragrances, but there's something about that sweetness here that I just find cloying and outdated. Its very crushing as I do adore the jasmine here, and the sillage is fantastic.

Oct
25
2012
napiergirl
napiergirl

despite what others say ,this does remind me of fracas alot!,love fracas, love this ..Silky white floral ,ultra feminine ...pretty , fresh ,just sooooooo beautiful .A must for any white floral lover .

Oct
03
2012
vanillabean23
vanillabean23

Firstly, the bottle is stunning! This reminds me of a lighter version of Breathless by Victoria's Secret. It does have a lovely heir of sophistication and is great during the spring and summer months. The stone fruit and jasmine jumps out at me first and the scent soon drys down with a nice musky and ambery finish.

It is fresh and it smells lovely when sprayed on first thing in the morning. It makes me feel zesty and clean. There's one thing that is a little disappointing and that's the longevity. It needs to last a little bit longer. That being said, it is a beautiful scent.

Oct
02
2012
ingahoberg
ingahoberg

Blind buy, this is a nice sweet floral perfume. It does not last long on me so I can't really say much about drydown etc. It smells sweet right out of the bottle, very pleasant, reminds me of Chloe. This is not different from any number of florals out there. It does have a richness (expensive feel) to it. It is immediately likeable, so you can put it on and go, no waiting for it to become socially acceptable. There is no artificial, alcohol smell like so many new perfumes have. I just wish it would last longer. Will have to wait and see how often I use it before I can comment on weather or not I would repurchase this.

Sep
29
2012
marylu
marylu

I bought this as another blind buy. It's ok but definitely not one of my favorites. I probably won't be wearing it. Something about it smells slightly synthetic or something on me. My daughter says it smells like bug spray! I would be interested in swapping this for something else. It's still in the original package it came in.

Sep
13
2012
tvu
tvu

This perfume reminds me of Marc Jacobs (the original) with loads of creamy jasmine, very similar like a sister family connection. I loved it, just simply floral and very feminine, perfect for summer, night or day.

Aug
21
2012
eki_specki
eki_specki

At first smell I thought this fragrance would be too white and floral. It started off very intensely with the jasmine and magnolia. After about half an hour the heavy florals gave way to underlying bergamot and amber adding a lovely layer of spice. Definitely a romantic and sophisticated scent. Perfect for night time but I'm not good at sticking to such rules so would wear it all day. Like nothing else in my collection and a very happy blind buy.

Jul
29
2012
Fizzy
Fizzy

This good smelling juice is the twin of Beyond Paradise, Estee Lauder, only a bit softer, which means sweeter with better longevity on the skin than BP (that one is more sharp).
One of the nicest bottles around.

Jul
21
2012
scouserdog
scouserdog

A very successful blind buy - smells fabulous, lasts well, good sillage, gets lots of compliments. Lovely for a romantic dinner.

Jun
18
2012
varykino
varykino

Mmm, romantic. This one makes me think of rainy summer nights. At first there's a blast of magnolia and sour-sweet fruit, but when I inhale the scent from my wrist after half an hour, I smell fresh, rain-soaked white petals (jasmine, lily, magnolia), just gorgeous. The peach is so nicely blended with the flowers, and there remains a hint of crisp green/fruit throughout that combined with the floral notes gives me an impression of mock-orange (philadelphus), one of my favourite summer scents.

Longevity is good, sillage soft yet distinct, and I can't pick out much in the way of base notes, just those dewy petals gradually fading to an intimate whisper. Great for spring, summer nights or early fall, quite versatile although it's so very pretty it makes me feel like a slob unless I'm wearing something feminine with it...

May
01
2012
sparklycupcake
sparklycupcake

I love it!! I got it in the mail today, a blind buy. after reading the reviews I was afraid it would be too fresh and green, like the Face a Face by Faconnable that pretty much smelled like men perfume.
I'm so glad this doesn't! it's super feminine and subtly sweet. This is really a classy and pleasant scent, very natural and flowery... I highly recommend

Apr
22
2012
mamaq23
mamaq23

Smells like a light version of Paloma Picasso.. Not a fan of it but it wasn't smell too bad. Scent life is short.. almost disappear within 2 hours. I only use it a couple of time and alreay got tired of it.. =T

Apr
20
2012
Tatilove
Tatilove

This is the best blind buy I have made so far. I just got this delivered in the mail today. And I have to day, I am soooo happy with my purchase.
When I first sprayed it, it was sharp and maybe even a bit overpowering, and for some reason I smelled ylang ylang and this perfume doesn't have any in it. But as time went by it became this beautiful warm, creamy scent. As one would expect with a white floral. Now, the description described this as floral and fruity, but I do not really get the fruity.

The bottle is just as gorgeous in person.

For the price it cost, I would definitely recommend it.

Apr
18
2012
Lumiere
Lumiere

I loved it from the first site. Quite strong. Very rezalistic note, very familiar something...Lily in the late evening...Jasmine...Flowers you do not keep in your bedroom for the night, so strong aroma is one won't be able to sleep. I visulaised wedding, this wd be a nice wedding scent, or formal maybe. I liked it. However i have very slight feeling that love affair may not be long-lasting. I don't know why. Maybe, because it has opened it;s beauty too soon, without leaving much for imagination. Anyhow, I will happily have and use it-it is walking on the same path as my other quite likable fumes. Interesting to compare it with my fav ourite Murmure, both r white flowers.

Apr
12
2012
Caela
Caela

LOVE IT!! just makes me feel so sophistcated. Its long lasting, and the floral notes are lovely. I like how the wood and amber notes give it an edge. SO GOOD

Apr
07
2012
melia
melia

I got a generous sample of the lovely jaspersen of this one, after I was dying to test this, due to the magically beautiful bottle, the fact that I like the original Badgley Mischka and that I should like it according to the notes.
And yes I do! To me Fleurs de Nuit opens with slightly sugared sweet-and-sour but clear white flowers, which, while it's not listed in the notes, I detect as lily-of-the-valley. Later it dries down in a quite casual (but high quality still) floral scent which really reminds me of some other perfume my mother used to wear when I was younger, but I just can't put my finger on it. I'll ask her if she maybe reminds.
The sillage is quite soft and don't know yet about the staying power, but all in all I do not believe it is really a night fragrance as the name assumes, but just highly likable, age-friendly and very wearable! As long as you have not too high I-hope-for-a-interesting-niche-masterpiece expectations everything should be fine :)

Dec
13
2011
sherapop
sherapop

I do not understand the complaints about the name of Badgley Mischka FLEURS DE NUIT. Seems pretty straightforward to me: this is essentially a night-blooming jasmine quasi-soliflore. The jasmine definitely dominates the composition and makes this a white flower lovers-only perfume. FLEURS DE NUIT offers a big, stern, and relatively dry dose of only mildly indolic jasmine. The sillage and longevity are both excellent, and a little goes a long, long way.

I generally prefer more buttery, lush presentations of white flowers, as in MARC JACOBS and MJ ESSENCE, but FLEURS DE NUIT is nice, for what it is. (There is zero tuberose in FLEURS DE NUIT, so there's no point in comparing/contrasting it to FRACAS or CARNAL FLOWER.) Perhaps I should be glad that my 100ml will suffice for the rest of my life, as I would find it very difficult to part with the gorgeous bottle, one of the nicest I've seen. I usually keep my perfumes hidden away in the dark, but this one is so beautiful that I'm tempted to endanger the juice by putting the bottle out on display.

Dec
07
2011
pinkmuzic
pinkmuzic

i was looking for a new fragrance at my local winner's and than there was this big white box opened so i was like !!! what the ek! i decide to try it on my wrist & then it start... WOW!! very lovely white flowers not to over powering just the perfect dose & then there was this little sweet scent i was what fruit exactly is that!! mangue? peach? as i was walking around the store i kept smelling my wrist & i thought what a lovely everyday feminine smell very delight semll not to fruity & not too floral just perfect mixte . i kind of detect some soapy smell in it but i end up!! buying the 100ml for 25$ so i thought yah!! this is a very pretty heavy glass bottle & lovely smell

Oct
20
2011
mika71
mika71

This is a lovely sheer white floral, and I'm not terribly keen on florals either. This also makes me think of water lily, even though it's not listed in the notes. Definitely a spring/summer scent, fresh yet smooth.

Could be overwhelming if you apply more than two sprays. Longevity is very good.

Sep
24
2011
Mad-Lainey
Mad-Lainey

Fleurs De Nuit is all about white flowers and then, even more flowers, Folks.
No fruits. No woods. Just strong florals.
Even though I am not a big fan of florals I can tell Fleurs De Nuit smells extremely elegant and would suit an extremely confident woman.
It is bold, powerful, rich, classy, without any sweetness or fruity undertones.
If I was asked what Fleurs De Nuit taste like, I would say bitter-sweet but highly addictive.
It will not be my winter fragrance as I have impression I would freeze to death if I wore it on a chilly, snowy morning.
Spring and cool summer nights would be best time to make friends with Fleurs De Nuit.
Not for shy or faint hearted.
The bottle, like all BM bottles, is lovely and classy.
Lasting power and silage are to die for.
Even though the olfactive group is not my favourite, my heart tells me I've found my number one for the next year spring. Therefore it scores 10/10.

P.S. The fragrance name should really be Fleurs De Jour as it reminds me of jasmine and magnolia blossom on a spring sunny day :-)

Sep
21
2011
katkruse
katkruse

The first notes didn't impress me that much but as it settled down I had to change my mind. The jasmine notes just make me feel all summer night with a windows open to a light breeze.

Sep
19
2011
arianperfume
arianperfume

Now I have it. It is nice but not as special and is quite discrete. Sillage lays very low, all in all I can understand why it is discontinued, sorry folks..Yes, this is a white floral with added sweet notes that make me think a little about rippen fruits, over rippen that is..Tuberose is also present, jasmine of course.This Badgley Mischka fragrances are all, so praised by critics, I am wondering why, not even all these huge praises did not led to succes. Maybe there is an explanation, simply their are not as good. I also find the packaging cheap looking, pictures look much better than reality itself. Dissapointed..

Sep
13
2011
Timetoski
Timetoski

Love it. Had struggled with finding a romantic sophisticated floral that wasn't too heavy/warm/smothering (nauseating) or too green (headache-inducing). This is perfect, I love it, I'm keeping it!

Sep
12
2011
Tigerlillian
Tigerlillian

I rarely like jasmine as a starring note, but Fleurs de Nuit features this powerhouse blossom to perfection.

To start, the clean, citrus notes keep the rich flowers curiously fresh without any inherent zing. Magnolia provides the jasmine with a deep, velvety introduction, while orange blossoms weave their playfulness throughout, taming jasmine's inebriating bouquet. The addition of peach gives the fragrance a fleshy quality that helps the flowers bloom continously, making them appear 'alive.'

The base lends a warm and radiant sophistication that dries down to a lingering romantic trail.

This what a walk after dark in the springtime smells like, in a corner of the city lined with Victorian townhouses covered with trellissed blossoming vines.

Feb
16
2011
missk
missk

Fleurs de Nuit is a nice change from the rich fruity scents that this house is primarily known for.

This fragrance is a delicate and refreshing bouquet of jasmine, lily, orange blossom and magnolia. It's beautiful in the way that the florals have been complimented by a sugary hit of bergamot and quince.

The scent itself is very lush and crisp. There may even be aldehydes in this composition because I can detect a soft powderiness in the heart and top notes.

Fleurs de Nuit is not one of a kind, but it is truly breath-taking in a gorgeous, elegant and feminine way. In my books, Fleurs de Nuit is a sheer floral, not surprising that I see this fragrance on so many Fragrantica member's wishlists.

The sillage and longevity are great, wonderfully balanced and well worth the big bucks. I'm a little surprised that Badgley Mischka didn't make more of a fuss when this was released, however its increasing popularity just goes to show how many people enjoy this fragrance.

Fleurs de Nuit is mostly a scent for floral-lovers or people searching for a particularly soft and Spring-like scent. For that, I highly recommend.

Nov
14
2010
katyas
katyas

This was one of those where I read the notes and said to myself "this sounds like a scent for me!" and got a bottle ... and am VERY pleased. I was so pleased I immediately went back to eBay and ordered ANOTHER bottle! It's just a lovely scent - the florals mix together to create such a lovely scent; it is somewhat difficult to describe by someone like me who doesn't have the education to distinguish notes, but I can definitely tell that this is a quality perfume. It goes on sweet and clean and dries down without becoming cloying, florals mixing and dancing throughout, like walking through a garden in bloom with the most delicious-smelling flowers to be found. I think it is one to be used any time, any place (personally - because I rarely do anything special to warrant "special" use stuff, so for me any time is the right time to use stuff I like!), but I can understand when people say it's for special nights, romantic use, etc., because it really is beautiful. Highly recommended to those who love florals!

Jul
20
2010
Catbiscuit
Catbiscuit

I am so impressed with Badgley Mischka perfumes in general. I have tried 2 of the three and they both have my attention!

Fleurs de Nuit smells like nothing else I have come across in perfume so far. I am really suprised that it is so floral considering that half the top/heart notes are fruits! Luckily, the fruits in here are very sophisticated and adult. Magnolia is doing its usual glorious slowdance, partnered by Jasmine.

I think this is an excellent romantic perfume.

Jul
13
2010
asilverfire614
asilverfire614

I'm very picky about my florals...and this is my favorite floral in my collection right now! It's beautiful, elegant, romantic, and sophisticated. I'm not very good at distinguishing floral notes, but I CAN detect lilly, peach, and amber. I like it because the notes are balanced very well - not too green, not too sweet, not too heady.

Regarding it's staying power, I've been wearing it now for almost four hours and I have no complaints yet. Aeternitas - try it on your skin! You might be surprised!

Dec
31
2009
PerfumeEmpress
PerfumeEmpress

Aeternitas, I agree with you. This is a nice scent, very "jasminy." But it doesn't last. I sprayed it on my wrist, and it was gone in seconds. I have already commented on how frustrating I find this apparently new trend to make perfumes so ... ephemeral. I also have the original BM, and that is better.

Jun
29
2008
Aeternitas
Aeternitas

Funny, I was dying to try this one! Unfortunately, I wasn't impressed by it when I tried it at Sephora. It may have been because I had sniffed a bunch of other perfumes before I got to this one, but I hardly smelled anything. It was so incredibly light, barely even there, but definitely floral. It's like a dull version of Versace Bright Crystal. However, I do love the original Badgley Mischka perfume (which ought to be added!). Perhaps I just need to try Fleurs de Nuit on my skin next time.

Feb
04
2008

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