During the 1950s, women affecting proud, perhaps even snobbish poses were popular throughout high fashion. Models were shown cooly considering a Manhattan skyline or atop the Eiffel Tower, unmoved by architecture or altitude. The New Look was all about attitude. Despite the popular preponderance of twin sets and pearls, films of the time reflect this more complex female persona; box office hits like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, High Society, The Barefoot Contessa and How to Marry a Millionaire? portraying women who were in it to win it, outside of the kitchen. Reflecting on this moment, Paul Vacher created Snob. A fruity, spicy floral bouquet Snob is sumptuously proportioned, ideal for big personalities (read: Ava Gardner). Snob blooms sweetly on skin, slowly growing into a richer, more sensuous perfume. Initially, fresh, cruciferous apple, the bright tingle of citrus and smoldering saffron engineer a pure, luminous beauty, but berry-rich rose, creamy jasmine, spicy orange blossom and mystical iris make Snob profoundly seductive. Australian sandalwood and Virginian cedar, surrounded by white musk, polish and ground this fragrance, keeping this celestial beauty floating just above earth. A feminine, brave fragrance, Snob is perfect for parties and gatherings, or for turning your everyday into a grande fete.