Are you busy planning your holidays? Don't forget to slip your favorite perfume into your suitcase, an essential for a hot summer! Here are our tips for fresh scents during the day and more intense scents at night… two different attitudes, two different atmospheres!
Freshness for the day
On the terrace, you catch someone’s eye, it’s the perfect moment to take a sip of your fresh G&T. The sun is beating down and the beach is filling up, the day is off to a good start! This cologne has pep and longevity thanks to its trio of ingredients: gin, mandarin, and musk.
202 - A fruity and transparent jasmine
On a sunny afternoon, there is nothing more refreshing than biting into a piece of watermelon that’s bursting with flavor. The 202 is a fragrance full of energy, evoking feelings of pure happiness! This eau de parfum is a fruit cocktail based on watermelon, currant and jasmine.
The day is dawning, your hair is still wet as you get out of the shower but it will dry in approximately 3 seconds. This is what summer feels like ! The 802 is a fresh and sweet fragrance, (just like you). Notes of peony, lotus, and bamboo = tender and aqueous tones. A spray on the neck and off you go!
Intensity for the evening
Intense and sweet oriental pastries are always deliciously tempting for you. In fact, if temptation had a smell, it would be the 302! Warm, spicy and velvety notes = sandalwood + amber + iris. Admit it, you’re dying to smell it!
We would gladly get lost in the colorful streets of Havana, dancing to the rhythm of Afro-Cuban sounds! The 401 makes us totally addicted to plum with its smooth and bewitching candied fruit tones. Caliente!
You’re heading out from your hotel in the heart of Lisbon. Big smiles, the evening is only just beginning! The 902 reveals a rich, intense and surprising fragrance with its notes of tobacco, armagnac and cinnamon. It perfectly captures the anticipation of a hot summer night out in the city.
So, which do you prefer? Something fresh for the day or something a little more ‘caliente’ for the evening?