Eau de Star (created by Louise Turner for Thierry Mugler) is often described as an Angel flanker, although it isn’t named as one. It is definitely flying the Mugler flag proudly, however.
Eau de Star blends aquatic notes (I smell a less salty version of the ambergris+ blend in Hermes’ Eau de Merveilles) with a really strong floral note that I think is chiefly mimosa, and enough of the Mugler patchouli-vanilla to mark this as a Mugler.
They should bottle it as an appetite suppressant. Or a fun “experience” for kids, called ‘Seasickness in a Bottle.’ Or a human repellant, for those days you just don’t want anyone to come near you.
For a review of Thierry Mugler Eau de Star, see Perfume Shrine.