LM Parfums has released a new fragrance called Ultimate Seduction. It is an Extrait de Parfum that became available on April 30th in Europe, and which should soon be available in the U.S. as well.
I thought I’d share some of the information and photos released by LM Parfums. First, Ultimate Seduction has the following perfume pyramid:
TOP NOTES: Pink pepper, black currant, orange
HEART NOTES: Violet, iris, rose
BASE NOTES: patchouli, amber, blond wood, cedar, praline.
LM Parfums also has a mini-video film to go along with Ultimate Seduction:
As noted earlier, Ultimate Seduction is a pure parfum, and it comes in a 100 ml bottle that costs €195. Osswald in New York should be getting the fragrance in a few weeks, and I think they may price it at $225, in line with Sensual Orchid.
I have been sent a sample of Ultimate Seduction which I’ve been testing, and I will post a review in a few days. I’m first waiting to hear back from the company with regard to the name of the perfumer who worked with Laurent Mazzone on the fragrance, and, much more importantly, whether the perfume has been tweaked or refined from the “Lost Paradise” version that Laurent Mazzone let me try 8 months ago in Paris. I detect distinct differences, especially at the top of the fragrance and in its opening, but they may well be just an issue of memory. After all, that was a rather crazy day, all in all, and involved a lot of perfume testing. For all I know, my memory is playing tricks on me with regard to the finer points. I will say, however, that I like the possibly finalized Ultimate Seduction more than the “Lost Paradise” version that I tried that day, though neither scent evokes obsession, seduction, and madness in my mind. Then again, very few fragrances do.