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Alessan­dro Michele’s touch reaches from fash­ion to fra­grance with an­other strik­ing cre­ation for fall: Gucci Bloom

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Jas­mine, one of Bloom’s most prom­i­nent notes, is com­ple­mented by rarer aroPDV OLNH WKDW RI WKH ŴRZHU RI the Ran­goon creeper, which has never be­fore been used in a per­fume. Grown in south­ern ,QGLD WKH EORVVRP RSHQVBDW dusk, grad­u­ally deep­en­ing in color from white to pink to a deep red. Gucci Bloom sim­i­larly evolves as you wear LW IURP DQ LQLWLDO ŴRUDO VFHQW WR a more in­tense, earth­ier tone that’s es­pe­cially suited to fall.

The fra­grance is bolder and less del­i­cate than the brand’s other women’s of­fer­ings, like Eau de Gucci (which de­buted in 1993 with its mix of cit­rus, tuberose, and lily of the val­ley) and Envy (a fresher, grassier fra­grance in­tro­duced in 1997). Bloom is, es­sen­tially, a per­fume for Michele’s mod­ern woman: fem­i­nine and beau­ti­ful but never pre­dictable or shy. (Ap­pro­pri­ately, ac­tress Dakota John­son, artist Pe­tra Collins, and model Hari Nef are at the cen­ter of Bloom’s DGBFDPSDLJQ

While the com­pany LQWURGXFHG LWV ƓUVW SHUIXPH Gucci No. 1, in 1974, and has had in­ter­na­tional suc­cess in the arena ever since, it has in­creased its fo­cus on fra­grance over the last decade, un­veil­ing more scents than ever be­fore, like 2009’s clean, youth­ful Flora and, in 2010, the bold Gucci Guilty. But Bloom is the only per­fume with Michele’s thor­ough in­put and im­print. To cre­ate LWV SRZHUIXO ŴRUDO EOHQG he worked with revered per­fumer Al­berto Mo­ril­las, whose ré­sumé in­cludes Calvin Klein’s CK One and Cartier’s Pan­thère de Cartier. The re­sult, like most of Gucci’s of­fer­ings, seems to bridge a gap, ap­peal­ing as much to a so­phis­ti­cated so­cialite who’s been a Gucci fan for decades as it does to a young woman, newer to Gucci, head­ing out for a night on the town.

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