After decades of slumber, Chloé, like Dior and Gucci before it, has been reincarnated to great success as fashion lovers fawn over its dresses, bags and shoes. The next logical step, of course, is a fragrance. Hence Chloé Eau de Parfum, which debuts in February. Unlike the original Chloé scent, a jasmine blend that launched in the Seventies, Eau de Parfum is a spicy yet soothing floral with pink pepper, peony, lychee and freesia notes, topped with a hint of powdery rose. At Saks Fifth Avenue.
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