Voyou means rascal or criminal in French.
Top notes of bergamot, coriander, and pink pepper give an initial energetic blast on first spray.
Le Voyou was inspired by Arsene Lupin, a fictional character from detective novels written by French writer Maurice Leblanc.
Warm sandalwood anchors the fragrance as notes of light patchouli and cardamom develop.
Wears a little more subtle than its brother fragrance, Le Dandy.
A light skin scent that makes a nice transition from day to evening.
The unique wood-framed bottle looks like a piece of modern art.
Summary: Le Voyou is subtle yet strong. It doesn’t project like a powerhouse, but it definitely takes you on a nice journey as it stays close to the skin. When wearing it, I will forget about it, breathe in and enjoy a fresh whiff.
Though Voyou is available from Neiman Marcus, I would recommend that you contact Guerlain Boutique in Las Vegas as their customer service is beyond impeccable, and they carry a complete line of all Guerlain fragrances.