Summary: I don't understand. I purchased the EDT in 2010 and the parfum in 2011 and this EDP smells different than both of those. I don't know if they reformulated it again, but the EDP is harsher, maybe greener, than the other two. It did stay on my skin for a good 5 hours, so the staying power is better than both of the others, but it doesn't smell the same. I am going to keep it because it still smells good, but it does not smell as sweet as the EDT or pure parfum.
Summary: I was walking through a department store in 1979 when I first got a whiff of Diorissimo. I thought I had died and gone to Heaven! The Original Diorissimo was intoxicating and would lift your mood with one spray. It had lilac and lily upper notes and deep green foliage under tones. It had depth and layers that would lift off your skin throughout the day. It was soft and natural whereas the re-make version is sharper and more one dimensional.
Summary: I've been using Diorissimo for over 40 years and have really missed being able to get it from it's original creators. I love the lilly of the valley scent with an undertone of spiciness. I've purchased it over the years from various vendors but have never really found it to be the high quality it once was from the House of Dior. So when I saw it being sold once again at a high end store like Saks, I was thrilled.
Summary: Just a tiny thing to add to other reviews that are more articulate about the scent: whatever flowers are involved, this is very sweet to me. We have bought this for years as a gift to someone who wears it as her signature perfume and cologne, and it is pretty unforgettable to me. It is way too sweet for me, and like Estee or Beautiful or pleasures or Eternity, can be easily overdone and smell up a room.
Summary: I loved the original DIORISSIMO perfume by Christian Dior. This version has hardly any fragrance and the ingredients seem to be different. I don't think it has any Lily of the Valley in it any more, which used to be the main ingredient.
Summary: I adore this perfume. When I first smelled it 2 months ago, i could not believe that I had not known this perfume even existed. It is made up of only 3 notes, Muguet, Jasmine and Ylang ylang, it is simple and absolutely gorgeous. When I wear it, which is everyday, it transports me to my childhood when I used to go to the botanical gardens with my mom. It is the most true scent of muget (lilly of the valley) I have ever come accross. My HG.
Summary: I like the idea of Lilly of the valley in this perfume but I also detect the smell of moth balls in it. I don't want to offend anyone but it is just what I get from this one, without even spraying it on my skin. I own this perfume and I myself don't use it ( bought without smelling it due to it be called - classic) but sometimes people like to go through my collection and spray it on themselves and for everyone it works different.
Summary: The lillies of the Valley are blooming now and Diorissiomo smells very true. Took a whiff of this, at all places, a garage sale--they were selling a mini set. 1st breath, it's all LOTV and very polite...I felt I needed a leather clutch with matching gloves, pearls and a hat! It hung around 3-4 hours and left a soft woodsy drydown.