Every woman needs a Grand Perfume in her arsenal, a fragrance that will make her feel like Jean Harlow in a satin gown descending a marble staircase. Gold Woman is just that fragrance. Legendary perfumer Guy Robert created Gold using the highest quality ingredients that money could buy. He artfully melded more than 120 essences into an opulent perfume he calls the “crowning glory” of his career. Gold opens with a champagne-like burst of greens and lily of the valley, giving way to a floral symphony rich with rose and jasmine but so lushly orchestrated that it’s difficult to isolate any one note. As Gold settles, it begins to purr with the warmth of sandalwood and frankincense. Gold lasts for hours and hours, and a little goes a long way. Gold Woman is a marriage of French tradition and Omani luxury that no 1930s movie, no matter how glamorous, could top. So, go ahead. Dab a few drops of Gold behind your ears and make an entrance they’ll never forget. Gold Woman is housed in majestic gold glass bottle and the cap is crystallized by a single white opal Swarovski jewel. Gold Woman Notes Frankincense, Rock Rose, Lily of the Valley, Orris, Jasmine, Myrrh, Musk, Cedarwood, and Sandalwood.