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3 Givenchy Fragrances We Are Loving Right Now

Some days we feel like Rooney Mara!

We may have just found you your signature scents for the foreseeable future. When it comes to being ultra- feminine, mysterious and stunning, Givenchy's perfumes for women know just how to celebrate femininity and create the most addictive scents. With warm floral notes, soft oriental nuances, and fruity hints, whether you prefer floral or spicy, woody or fresh, let these Givenchy perfumes tell your story. These are the 3 that grabbed our attention…

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L’Interdit Eau De Parfum Rouge

L'Interdit Eau de Parfum Rouge features notes of luminous orange blossom, opulent jasmine and sulfurous tuberose causing a mesmerizing reaction and creating an intense scent like no other.

A trio of hot-and-cold spice-pimento leaf, blood orange & piquant ginger are joined by suave sandalwood and the fragrance leaves an alluring scent.

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At once fresh and creamy, natural and sophisticated, Désinvolte is a bold, exhilarating creation. It also contains a selection of natural materials sourced from sustainable, traceable suppliers chosen by Maison Givenchy’s partner. The well balanced perfume features notes of rich, intensely textured Indian tuberose. This sensual flower is amplified by a magnolia-orange blossom-jasmine accord, a magnificent trio of white flower absolutes which share the same sensuality while bringing lightness and transparency to the fragrance.

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L’Interdit Edition Millesime

L’Interdit Edition Millesime opens with a burst of lively, sunny orange blossom as soon as you inhale it, enhanced by the juiciness of bitter orange and the freshness of ginger. Then the orange blossom absolute releases rich, textured, honey facets and forms, with an addictive tuberose, a suave heart contrasting with the crunchy delicacy of neroli. True sensuality enhancers, musks with almond milk facets bind to a captivating woody accord made up of vetiver and patchouli heart essence.

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