Eau de Toilette. The idea for it poured out of a Caipirinha cocktail in Brazil: samba on the beach, bursts of orange and blue in low light, crashing waves and the ecstatic laughs of the young and sexy. It’s dramatic, festive and colorful, what Frédéric likes to call “clean sex appeal”.
Outrageous is an explosion of bergamot, tangerine and green apple against a lusty backdrop of cinnamon, musk and ambroxan.
Frédéric Malle has always admired Sophia Grojsman. She was the perfumer he coveted most outside of those of the prestigious Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory, where he worked. When he eventually left Roure to become one of Paris’ most respected consultants, he approached her. Over the years, their professional relationship became personal, a meeting of minds. The fruit of her collaboration with Frédéric, after he teased her about never having attempted a men’s fragrance before, is probably the most masculine perfume she has ever made.
Notes: Bergamot, Tangerine, Green Apple, Cinnamon, Musk and Ambroxan.