Video: Giorgio Armani Dedicated Two Fragrances To Russia
When Dolce & Gabbana brought their Moscow capsule collection to Russia, everyone was talking about it only: such respect from designers was pleasant to everyone who was not indifferent to fashion. Now Giorgio Armani has decided to express his feelings by opening a new collection of La Collection des Terres Précieuses with a pair of “Russian” fragrances - Rouge Malachite and Vert Malachite. The first is dedicated to the beauty of our women and their temperament, the second - to the vast Russian expanses.
Green malachite, interpreted by Fabrice Pellegrin from Firmenich, turns into a heady floral scent with lily absolute in the heart: the perfumer surrounds her with noble natural essences of bitter orange, pink pepper, ylang ylang, sambac jasmine, vanilla and benzoin. Red becomes a real whirlwind of fragrant tuberose: the author of Rouge Malachite, Pascal Goren of the American Perfume Association IFF, plays with the heart of the fragrance with orange blossom, cashmere wood, ylang ylang and other sensual notes.
Both novelties are enclosed in bottles, as if carved out of stone: Armani Privé emphasizes the exceptional character of the fragrances by never repeating the "malachite" pattern on them.
Now Vert Malachite and Rouge Malachite are exclusively represented in TSUM, and from March 1 they will appear in all corners of Giorgio Armani. Before this happens, TSUM offers to talk with the creator of the “red malachite” Pascal Goren at his place: on February 17, he will come to Moscow and in the afternoon will give advice on the choice of a scent in the corner of the brand.
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