Created in 1931 in Barcelona as a fragrance to enrich the lives of women all over the world, Tabu is the very essence of sensuality and passion. “The Violinist” print ad first appeared in Vogue and Harpers Bazaar in 1941, featuring “The Kreutzer Sonata” painting by French artist René Prinet. The painting presented the longest commercial kiss in print advertising history. Tabu was launched in the U.S. at Bergdorf Goodman, Fifth Avenue, New York. Its luscious oriental floral composition starts with fresh citrus and spicy notes. The spices in the heart accentuate the beauty of exhuberant flowers.
OVERALL CHARACTERISTICS Oriental—Legendary Oriental blend rich with fragrant essences including Bulgarian rose, orange flower and jasmin warmed with patchouli, amber and musk notes.