As seen in Vogue magazine (May 2008 issue, p307), InStyle magazine (May 2008 issue, p344), and Allure magazine (November 2007 issue, p20). One of the world's most beloved fragrances, often referred to as "the perfume of temptation." Shalimar captures a dramatic and sophisticated blend of exotic notes: A hint of citrus opens the bouquet. A heart of luxurious flowers follows. Ends with a warm, sensual base of woodsy, spicy notes. Master perfumer Jacques Guerlain created the timeless scent in 1925 and aptly named it for the story of Shah Jahan, the great Indian emperor who fell in love with Mumtaz Mahal. They met in a wonderful, beautiful garden called Shalimar, "temple of love" in Sanskrit. Devastated by her death, the Shah built a great monument for her, the Taj Mahal. Choose your way to wear this scent: parfum (1 or 0.5 ounces in a glass bottle) or eau de parfum (2.5 ounces). And layer with the scented Silky Body Creme (7-ounce tube), or wear the creme alone for the subtlest scent.