Created in 1936, French Cancan pays tribute to the frenzied dance for which the French cabarets across the pond were so well known, when the cabaret divas of the Moulin Rouge were stealing the… In the mid-30s, when musicals were all the rage on New York’s Broadway, Ernest Daltroff created a new fragrance for the United States. 
Against a backdrop of sandalwood, French Cancan translated the frenzied dance for which the French cabarets across the pond were so well known for into a bouquet of flowers composed of jasmine and orange blossom. The symbol of a time when the cabaret divas of the Moulin Rouge were stealing the limelight from the beautiful elegant women of the Champs-Elysées, French Cancan evokes a certain liberation in customs that echoes the end of prohibition in the United States.
 

Caron French Cancan

$230.00Price
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  • Eau de Parfum

  • Top Notes: Jasmine, Violet 
    Heart Notes: May Rose, Orange Blossom
    Base Notes: Ambergris, Sandal Wood