A classic fragrance first launched in 1944, Femme Rochas perfume was conceived in the middle of World War Ii by famous perfumer Edmond Roudnitska. Femme Rochas can be considered an opulent chypre scent fit for a femme fatale. Plum, apricot and other fruity top notes dominate the opening, giving way to a floral heart of carnation, rose and iris. The true richness of this fragrance likely lies in the harmony between the warm top layers and the dry, woody oakmoss base notes. This long-lasting scent is at its best during evening occasions.