Something striking about some of the fragrances for the new season is that they all have references to black and gold.
Be it in the packaging or the richness of the scent. These three fragrance releases really fit in the Autumn/Winter trends. Despite the economic situation, the ladies can indulge themselves in luxury. Being chique is not all about the clothes you know!
Hollywood, premieres, red carpets, style icons…Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini invented a new icon in fragrances. A true Gucci woman wants to stand at the helm of it all. As well in her career as her lovelife, she is demanding. Like a leading lady on the red carpet, each woman deserves her own Gucci Premiere moment.
Bergamot and orange-blossom are the bubbly opening of the fragrance. Followed by white florals and musk at the heart. Soft woody notes and smokey leather are the seductive base of the glamourous scent. Blake Lively was chosen as the face of Gucci Premiere, referring to Hollywood’s golden years.
BOSS NUIT pour femme
Inspired on the LBD and the sense of sexy selfconfidence it gives to a woman. White peach, aldehyde, jasmin, violets, crystal moss and sandalwood make the fragrance, reflecting the sensual feel of putting on the perfect black dress in which you will conquer the night. Gwyneth Paltrow embodies the sophisticated, modern ‘BOSS NUIT’ woman.
Seductive, mysterious, but of great class. Chanel Coco Noir: “The Coromandel-culture, travelling from the East, but which begins and ends in Venice came as a nightly creature to me”, says the creator of the latest Chanel perfume, Jacques Polge.
Sandalwood, vetiver, incense, patchouli, vanilla, tonka beans and musk captured in a refined Byzantine treasure…