Is Estee Lauder solid perfume selling in Spain or Paris?
Posted 30 September 2002 - 12:38 AM
I will be there for holiday and wonder which store should I visit that might have higher chance of getting solid perfume.
Wonder if there is any exclusive solid there too?
It will be fun to pursue your collection outside your country. You never know what surprises might lie there.
Posted 30 September 2002 - 09:06 AM
I think when you go to big stores you maybe get
some solid perfumes. I'm from germany and here the new solids will arrive at the end of oktober.
We will get the following and I think in europe
its all the same.But beware of the prices . Very high ones. It's better you can make holidays in switzerland there you can them cheeper.
Magical Unicorn 150
King Charles Spaniel 150 Red Cherry 150 Cactus 280 Cameo 120 Circus Tent 500 Sphinx 200 Victorian Doll House 280 Globe 500
Violin 280 Circus Clown 250 Penguins 250 Zebra 230 Rooster 230
All prices are in Euro. The Violin is different because its filled with Intiution not Youth Dew . The Fairy is different too. Its without rhinestones, the flower is red and she is standing on a leaf like the new enchanted fairy.
Have a nice trip to europe and good hunting !!!
Posted 30 September 2002 - 11:36 PM
Thanks a lot for sharing with me.
Posted 30 September 2002 - 05:56 PM
Posted 01 October 2002 - 12:50 AM
I wonder why is the Globe priced so high? For the same price, I think that Circus Tent is a better buy.
Posted 01 October 2002 - 04:45 AM
Out this year is the Beautiful Circus Tent at 3OO sterling.
Pleasures Circus Lion 3OO Sterling. Circus Clown, 12O sterling. Dazzling Gold Pirouette, 14O Sterling. America's Apple 12O Sterling. Silver Artichoke, 175 Sterling. Gilded Sphinx 12O sterling.
That should give you an idea. Euro was, if I remember correctly, 152 to the pound.
Hope this helps.
Posted 01 October 2002 - 04:51 AM
Posted 02 October 2002 - 03:04 AM
Maybe I have some more interesting tips for your trip to paris.
At the weekend you can find there a lot of nice fleamarkets and maybe you can find there some older solids. But even when you don't find something its very funny to look at.
The biggest one is the Marche aux Puces de St.Quen at Porte de Clignancourt. Its open saturday to monday 7:00 - 18:00 h. Its like a little town and you can go there by "le metro " underground train.
The other one is Marche de la Porte de Vanves at Port de Vanves. Open saturday to monday 7:00 bis 19:00 h.
This market I don't visit at my trip to paris in
1996 but maybe you can.
I love fleamarkets and you can find more informations about fleamarkets in europe in the www.
The best is to use google.
Have fun !!!
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