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Graffiti Roberto Capucci for women

Graffiti Roberto Capucci for women
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Total people voted: 14
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male 25- 25+

I have it: 20 I had it: 5 I want it: 12

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fresh spicy

Graffiti is a women's fragrance launched in 1963. The fragrance is a chypre and contains notes of aldehydes, green tea, wild strawberry, papaya, apple, pineapple, melon, nutmeg, violet, jasmine, rose, patchouli and oak moss.

Perfume rating: 3.71 out of 5 with 14 votes.

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Top Notes
Green Notes Aldehydes Green Tea Wild Strawberry Papaya Apple Melon Pineapple

Middle Notes
Nutmeg Rose Violet Jasmine

Base Notes
Patchouli Oakmoss

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This fragrance is a green, sweet aldehydic floral. I personally don't smell nutmeg per se and I definitely don't smell papaya or berries. I find it anachronistic to list notes like those latter two for an early '60s perfume - they weren't part of the perfumer's palette during that era, although people might project those smells onto the perfume. According to my H&R guide, the notes for graffiti are:

Top: Bergamot, Lemon, Orange Blossom, Violet, Gardenia, Galbanum

Middle: Jasmin, Rose, Orris, Linden, Ylang-Ylang

Base: Oakmoss, Cedarwood, Musk, Civet, Styrax, Sandal

Starts off with a natural galbanum - chalky yet sharp & vegetal - undergirded by the natural sweet floralcy of the parfum, and I believe there's also some aldehyde in there. To me, this is very characteristic of it's time period, the early 1960s. This fragrance smells like a precursor to original Climat de Lancome which came out a few yrs later in '67. The heart of Grafitti smells similar to original Climat IMO, but with that distinctive galbanum up top. A lovely scent, very at home in its era, with the most dominant middle notes being a sweet 60s rose and breezy narcissus.

I'm reviewing the vintage pure parfum. You'll need to find a bottle that has kept its freshness to really appreciate it, this is one that sometimes goes bad from the opening sharp notes going rancid.

Le parfum c'est chic
Le parfum c'est chic

Moi qui aime les graffitis, je voulais ce parfum. Surtout qu'il fait parti de la famille que je préfère soit les chyprés verts. Graffiti c'est le premier parfum que j'ai acheté sur Ebay. Comme je voulais absolument l'avoir et qu'il est assez rare je dois avouer que je l'ai payé assez cher. Cependant ça valait le coût puisque ce parfum méconnu est une pure merveille et c'est tellement moi. Je n'ai pas besoin de me faire créer un parfum sur mesure puisque j'ai Graffiti.


I am a huge admirer of Capucci perfumes. I had all of them with the exception of Graffiti. For years I wanted to get it and finally two showed up on Ebay. I got a 2 oz bottle (no box). When it arrived today I was very excited to smell it. Unfortunately, what I smelled was the usual "rotten bananas" smell that you get from some vintage perfumes. I can hardly recognize the notes that 9-na describes in her post. I had that happening to me before with vintage Fidji, Miss Dior etc. I may have to buy another bottle on Ebay before I judge the perfume. No doubt the bottle I got today had turned. Too bad.


Vintage. It’s a very natural smell of nutmeg on my skin, but that isn’t everything I love about Graffiti. Is there more to love? Sure! The scent is nutmeg and very much real green apples, wild berries, just as natural (sometimes I feel wild strawberries, sometimes – blackberries or cranberries), something nice and fruity from the tropics (can’t say that I feel any kind of fruit in particular, but a generally fruity tropical smell – that I do find in here, yes), a very beautiful, gentle, yet fragrant rose scent, some great patchouly potency and the wonder of moss.


Grande profumo peccato nn trovarlo più ,Roberto Capucci è
stato un grande genio dell'alta moda e dei profumi..vedi Graffiti e Parce que! ...andrebbero riproposti.


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