Summary: I am going to have to second Gold and Missk's impressions of this fragrance as floral, soapy/detergent-like, and instantly forgettable. The juice is, like the aforementioned "Guilty", a total waste of a great name and bottle. Apparently there is a market for this kind of perfume — I gave my sample to a friend, and am happy she liked it.
Summary: Vanitas is an odd one for me. I love the notes, however I hate the way it has been composed. The overall blend, to my nose, smells sharp and somewhat cheap. I'm disappointed as I usually have a lot of respect for Versace and their perfumes. Modern perfumery tends to be following a certain trend, and that is; imitation. I find very little difference between Vanitas, Gucci Guilty and Lady Million, for example.
Summary: Feeling the Sun's Gentile rays in the still of the Morning Vanitas has a quiet Elegance That avoids the Flash of Urbanistic Couture, Instead relies on the ''Less is More'' simplicity. The Silage of Vanitas Since I have a Small sample wand so it might have an Different Effect Then using a spray Bottle, To my Skin it starts out light Then in a minute or two The scent starts to Gradually builds up more Volume within every Minute, The Soap Element Seems to be the Dominate in...
Summary: I tested this out at the mall when it first came out and i just fell in love this. I LOVE floral perfumes because I can wear them any time I want. But it was expensive (at about 120$!) so i was so glad to find it here on fragrancex. Florals dont really last long on your skin so I wasn't expecting any wow factor but Vanitas really did impress me. I would say that this lasted on my skin for about 6 hours.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy