Summary: This is my signature scent. I love both the EDP and EDT but the latter is my favorite. They smell slightly different, in which the EDT is like day and the EDP is like night. To me, the EDT reminds me of an elegant, proper young lady who seems very sweet but lets down her hair at the end of the day; she's secretly a wildcat in bed.
Summary: This is my HG, I've been wearing it for years and men LOVE it, I've been told I smell amazing when I wear this. It stays on a long time and lasts a long time. I would cry if it was discontinued.
Summary: Hot Couture is a sweet super girly fragrance that smells like raspberry sorbet. It's not terribly sophisticated but who wants to be sophisticated all the time? Hot Couture is fun and cheerful. Something about it reminds me of the 1980's. It seems like something Molly Ringwald would have worn. Sweet and a little quirky, a spritz of Hot Couture makes me feel like I'm the female lead in a John Hughes film. Just a wonderful happy fragrance.
Summary: Hot Couture. Sugared raspberry and vetiver. It's okay, but you have to really like the (for me, dreaded) raspberry note -- because raspberry is front and center in this perfume -- red raspberry rolled in sugar and growled up a bit with a vetiver basenote. I own the EDT but wear it very rarely. Red raspberry is my "make it stop" note -- it seems to be everywhere these days.