Gucci has launched Gucci Guilty Intense Pour Femme and Gucci Guilty Parfum Pour Homme, new variations on 2010's Gucci Guilty and 2011's Gucci Guilty Pour Homme.
The #ForeverGuilty universe continues to pursue a liberated notion of love with a reinterpretation of the classic Gucci Guilty fragrances. The new vision elevates the scent to higher levels of intensity for those looking for a declaration of love free from the rules and definitions of society.
Guilty Intense Pour Femme ~ (Not to be confused with the 2011 model.) "Designed to act as emblems of the connection between like-minded, eccentric lovers, Gucci Guilty Eau de Parfum Intense Pour Femme is an Ambery Floral Woody fragrance that rewrites the Gucci Guilty Pour Femme signature’s essential core. The bold vibrancy of Mandora and the generosity of Lychee come together to modernize the cosmetic touch provided by notes of Violet. At its heart, an audacious floral bouquet of Ylang Ylang and Tuberose is enhanced by the mysterious sensuality of a dark Plum accord. The empowered woody effect of Patchouli and Vetiver meet the indulgence of Vanilla for a bold, long-lasting feminine signature." Available in 7, 30, 50 and 90 ml Eau de Parfum Intense.
Guilty Parfum Pour Homme ~ "Designed to act as emblems of the connection between like-minded, eccentric lovers, Gucci Guilty Parfum Pour Homme is a Woody Aromatic Ambery fragrance that magnifies the true essence of the Gucci Guilty Pour Homme signature. Gucci Guilty Parfum Pour Homme opens with a lighter, milder, and more modernized aromatic hook of French Lavandin Abrialis and uplifting Lemon Sfumatrice that combine perfectly with the intensity of Juniper. The true essence of Gucci Guilty Pour Homme is magnified at the heart, with the deep ambery signature of Spanish Cistus combined with the floral richness of Orange Flower and a spicy hint of Nutmeg. The mysterious elegance of Indonesian Patchouli is reinforced with the long-lasting sensation of Dry Woods and Musks." In 50, 90 or 150 ml.
I like Gucci perfumes, but I hate this ad campaign so much.
I’m sure you already know that’s the repurposed campaign from 2019 (I think it was 2019). I don’t think I’ve ever liked any of the campaigns for Guilty, and in general, the “rich people slumming” thing seems really annoying.
What is Lemon Sfumatrice? I say if an ingredient cannot be pronounced, it should stay away from my perfume!
It’s just the extraction method.