May 3, 2011

Givenchy 2010 Harvest Fragrance Collection

As for the past couple years, Givenchy  has chosen the best harvests of 2010 for their limited edition collections and for the first time, two organically grown flowers have been selected demonstrating Givenchy's concern for the environment and natural ingredients. Each bottle is the colour associated with each fragrance and adorned with a sketch, in Indian ink, of the featured flower for 2010.

Very Irrésistible - with organically farmed Damask Rose from the Isparta region of Turkey. An unprecedented "box green" effect and an accent of raspberry is the signature. The composition's radiant, exuberant bouquet takes on a fresh, fruity inflection and a delicate green touch.

Ange ou Démon - with Sambac Jasmine from the province of Guangxi in China. A dual apricot and honey like effect is the originality that this Sambac Jasmine lends to the contrasting middle note. At once, the fragrance is intensely floral and fruity as well as emanates a mellow botanical freshness.

Amarige - with Ylang-ylang from the Island of Mohéli in the Comoros. A flavour of exoticism and banana flambee is imparted in the middle note. Solar and sparkling, the fragrance is also nuanced with a powdery floral accent.

Organza - with organically farmed Neroli from the Nile Delta in Egypt. Purity enhanced by a green cologne-like effect for a crisp, ultra-fresh touch as well as exuding a floral femininity bursting with radiance.

Each 60ml limited edition fragrance retails for $103 and can be found exclusively at The Bay now.

- Lisamarie -

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