Ver­sace’s Eros pour Femme

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WHAT? A new legend from Ver­sace, burst­ing with the pas­sion of when Eros meets his true love, but who’s se­duc­ing who? An in­vi­ta­tion to sur­ren­der to de­sire, and to take con­trol of life’s un­stop­pable forces. It’s a fra­grance of strength, in­di­vid­u­al­ity and se­duc­tion, from artis­tic direc­tor Donatella Ver­sace.

HOW? Eros pour Femme Eau de Toi­lette is a new sen­sual and ad­dic­tive fresh­ness based on the com­bi­na­tion of notes of fine cit­rus fruits, like Si­cil­ian lemon and man­darin, and crisp fruity notes, like rasp­berry and white cur­rant. A calone ac­cent cre­ates a “glacé” ef­fect, like an invit­ing sor­bet. In the mid­dle of the com­po­si­tion, heady flo­ral petals, like freesia and mag­no­lia, be­stow fem­i­nin­ity, while touches of or­ange blos­som and jas­mine add in­ten­sity and char­ac­ter. At the base, a dar­ing ac­cent of white patchouli and bright notes of wood, musk and am­brox lend a sen­sual di­men­sion.

AND? The Eros pour Femme Eau de Toi­lette bot­tle is graced with an el­e­gant de­sign in inim­itable Ver­sace style. The cap re­calls the shape of an am­phora, a clear ref­er­ence to Greek mythol­ogy. Me­dusa ap­pears tow­er­ing atop the cap, call­ing all at­ten­tion to her, and in the mid­dle of the bot­tle, pro­tect­ing its pre­cious con­tents. The out­line is de­fined by the Greek fret mo­tif, un­der­scor­ing the strong char­ac­ter of her fra­grance. The car­ton fea­tures gold bands that high­light the per­fume’s dar­ing tone with metal­lic de­tail­ing on the front and the back.

WHERE? Ver­sace’s Eros pour Femme Eau de Toi­lette is avail­able at:

Paris Gallery, Deben­hams, Areej, Har­vey Ni­chols, Bloom­ing­dales & Sephora (UAE)

Deben­hams, Vavavoom, Har­vey Ni­chols, Wo­jooh, Mus­bah & Sephora (KSA)

Blue Salon, Pari Gallery, Deben­hams, Wo­jooh & Sephora (Qatar)

Al Hawaj, Paris Gallery, Deben­hams, Vavavoom, SAKS, Wo­jooh & Sephora (Bahrain)

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