The Perfect Fragrances For Eid By Paco Rabanne

Olympea Blossom

Be swept away by the new olfactory composition of Olympea Blossom: a floral and fresh composed by Paco Rabanne for a radiant and confident woman. When worn on the skin, its scent bouquet finds the perfect balance between the subtle freshness of rose petals and the fruity accord of sparkling blackcurrant and frosted pear. The Olympea Blossom perfume will leave behind its iconic sweet and delicate scent, it is an instantly recognizable romantic and modern fragrance.

A divine contrast between an outburst of flowers and absolute sensuality, Olympea Blossom celebrates modern – day goddesses; half – myth, half – muse. The Olympea woman exudes femininity, freedom and an undeniable self – confidence that submerges all those around her. Like a wave of charm, she brings about joy and pleasure unspoken of – only a true goddess can dress totally in flowers.

Invictus Victory

Paco Rabanne’s newest launch, Ivictus Victory, is the new fresh oriental fragrance of the house representing a man at the height of his powers. Invictus, which is Latin for ‘invincible’, represents strength, dynamism and energy. The fragrance opens with fresh grapefruit and marine accord that lead to the heart of aromatic bay leaf, Hedione jasmine, and a woody base of guaiac wood, patchouli, oak moss and ambergris.

Exerting the smell of triumph, Invictus is an extreme Eau De Toilette that celebrates an intense duality between two forces at odds: freshness and intensity. On one side, meet vibrant freshness, embodied by a lively citrus scent wrapped in boosted incent. On the other, find potent intensity: the softness of vanilla backed by the sweetness of tonka bean creating a mysterious, balmy and captivating effect.


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