Italian Ballerina Carla Fracci has an eponymous fragrances. The perfumes are named after some of Fracci's classic roles: Odette, Salome, Medea, and most famously: Giselle. This 2004 floriental is pretty loud and lush, steeped in ylang-ylang and honey. There's also a heavy dose of tuberose that appears on and off on the stage, contributing to the heady atmosphere.
Notes: ylang-ylang, cinnamon, freesia, jasmine, tuberose, vanilla, coconut, caramel, musk and white honey
Giselle by Carla Fracci may or may not be discontinued, but it's widely available cheaply from various online discounters; Surrender To Chance and The Perfumed Court sell samples.
Bonus photo of my own sweet Giselle:
Top photo by Caroline Arber.
Photos of Carla Fracci as Giselle (with and without Rudolf Nureyev)via ballerinagallery.com.
Giselle (cat) by me.