Are you a lover of fragrance and looking for a scent that’s empowering yet sufficiently delicate for everyday wear?
Look no further. This year, Gucci introduces their Gucci Premiere Eau De Toilette, which is a lighter, brighter and more delicate incarnate of the signature Gucci Premiere.
The Gucci Premiere fragrance range takes its inspiration from the Gucci Premiere couture collection that debuted at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. The luxurious couture gowns have been created to dress the likes of Hollywood starlets such as Jessica Alba, Cameron Dias and Li Bing Bing.
The face of Gucci Premiere, Blake Lively reprises her role for the new and softer Eau de Toilette. Blake Lively is no stranger to the Hollywood scene since her entry as the sexy and remarkable Serena Van Der Woodsen of Gossip Girl fame. The image that Lively portrays in and out of the show is consistently attractive and show-stopping, further heightened by her much talked about romance and marriage with Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds.
While adhering absolutely to the beautiful fragrance silhouette of the original Eau de Parfum, Gucci Première Eau de Toilette has a new bold brightness – radiant flowers and sparkling citrus notes bring a new lightness to the fragrance. The initial bloom triggers a luminous elegance and effervescence, the orange blossom and the light citrus oils combine to give you a sensation that suggests the pouring of a cold bottle of vintage champagne into a tall, elegant glass. The elegant sparkle of the top notes slowly yield to the radiant white flowers at the heart of the fragrance of freesia, jasmine and soft Bulgarian rose. As the fragrances dries on skin, the subtle but tenacious warmth of leather, patchouli and musky notes complete the fragrance’s captivating charisma.
Watch the campaign for the launch of the new Gucci Première Eau de Toilette starring Blake Lively, doing what she does best; sashaying in the light with sensual elegance while oozing with confidence. You’re welcome. 😉
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