So what does it smell like? It is classified as a heady floral bouquet fragrance for women accented with spices and citrus zest.
- Top notes: aldehydes, citrus
- Middle notes: floral notes
- Base notes: spices
"Men who know Women know Corday . . . they know without being told that every woman's heart quickens at the thought of Voyage a Paris — the perfume favored by the Parisienne . . . *15 the bottle."
The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 21, 1937:
"Gift Perfumes Say, romantically yours -VOYAGE A PARIS . Corday translates the charm of the gayest city in the world - the thrill of beautifully gowned women. $2.28 to $18.00"
"No "museum" piece is this new triumph by CORDAY. Voyage a Paris is the perfume for women who live with a lilt to the hilt for today — heedless of yesterday — and with a "Nichevo" for tomorrow! For this is a "heady" perfume — reckless ---with a superb subtlety and a teasing, tantalizing bouquet - a new thrill for Eros and a new pipe for Pan! The magic substance of which glamour is made!"
Drug and Cosmetic Industry, Volume 41, 1937:
"CORDAY Corday has created an eau de Cologne to match the "Voyage a Paris" perfume. It has the same heady, exciting fragrance, remarkably strong and lasting. Its bottle is a replica of the perfume flask, but turned on its side and given a long neck."
Fate of the Fragrance:
Discontinued, date unknown. Still being sold in 1941.