Givenchy has launched the Eaudemoiselle Couture Collection, with three fragrances: Eaudemoiselle Romantic, Extravagant and Angelic.
Givenchy embodies in perfume three types of femininity in the Couture Collection with its new Eaudemoiselle range; are you Romantic, Extravagant or Angelic?
Eaudemoiselle Romantic (not shown) ~ Spicy gourmand. "Eaudemoiselle de Givenchy Romantic has a heady sweetness, like crunching candy, with a natural elegance. It lets its noble chypre imprint develop over time, leaving behind the fragrant trail of a romantic and refined woman. The fruity and acidulous accords are mingled with the candy-sweet notes of popcorn-crumble and underlined by sharper tones of a mocha-chocolate duo to create a deliciously addictive trail."
Eaudemoiselle Extravagant (above right) ~ Warm floral. "Eaudemoiselle de Givenchy Extravagant celebrates a heady and addictive flower, revealing an intense and sensual floral trail for a bewitching, self-assured, and intrepid woman. Magnetic spices are blended with green citrus notes, followed by blossoming tuberose, and heightened by the warm, animalistic, and milky facets of vanilla bean on a sensual woody background."
Eaudemoiselle Angelic (above left) ~ Powdery floral. "Eaudemoiselle de Givenchy Angelic is a hymn to freedom. Its singular and pure freshness, almost androgynous, addresses a woman with natural chic. The fresh and vegetal top notes combine tea restyled with star jasmine and fig leaves. Cypress and pine needles give an aromatic vitality in perfect harmony with the strength of a woody-patchouli accord and the purity of musk. A distinguished, almost chypre trail asserts the personality of this compelling and surprising perfume."
Givenchy Eaudemoiselle Romantic, Extravagant and Angelic are available now at Sephora, $150 each for 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
Popcorn, chocolate, and mocha?! Oh my! ^_^
Yah. Food is romantic
Romantic sounds truly terrible and that feeling is certainly not helped by that ad copy.
English is not my first language, but by reading perfume ad copy i learn new words or combinations of words ….I’ll probably never be able use in my whole life.
“Oh those acidulous accords smell so romantic on you”
And I think i am going to use the words ‘sensual woody background’ for other purposes, home decorating maybe….
And “for a self assured woman”… That is the worst perfume ad copy trope ever!
Actually Romantic doesn’t sound so bad; hopefully fans of Miss Dior Cherie (myself not included) will find a popcorn substitute. And since La Fin du Monde also has popcorn I might give it a try if it comes to Spain. Angelic blah, Extravagant sounds more sweet than extravagant.