29th June 2010

Paco Rabanne Lady Million

Following on from the HUGE success of 1 Million,  Paco Rabanne will soon launch it’s alter ego – Lady Million.

 

Lady Million

“An exciting adventure began with 1 Million, that seductive dandy. Now his alter ego walks towards him, a young, stirring, fulfilled woman, seemingly fragile but with an incredibly sensual and fiery temperament. Just like her fragrance, or a diamond, this Lady Million is multi-faceted. By some strange alchemy, a fresh, floral top note melds into a bewitching, powerful woody body.”

Ultra-feminine, determined and terribly audacious, the Lady Million woman has a natural and amusing way. She shines so bright, with a force drawn from her independence and her incisive mind. Enjoying life to the full, Lady Million answers the excess of her male counterpart with an unbelievable glamour spiced up with something beyond reality.

As complex as she is feminine, our Lady has quite a character that is all about contrasts. Extravagant yet positive, seductive yet with a romantic soul, excessive yet never satisfied, Lady Million is a dazzling femme fatale, creative and untamed. No man can resist her, few can truly win her over, except for the charismatic and flamboyant 1 Million of course. Sparks fly at this encounter, where seductive games, dreams and fantasies collide in a glittering explosion of two unshakeable and eternal beauties, gold and diamond.

The bottle

The diamond immediately sprang to mind as the only possible choice, for it is eternal, expressive, glittering, ultra-feminine and of breathtaking beauty, forever synonymous with desire and passion. Only a diamond can rival gold. Only Lady Million could take on and seduce 1 Million.

Simple, clear and clean, the Lady Million bottle was designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and exudes all of the delicateness of a multi-faceted curve. Such technical prowess owes much to an exceptional craft and quality of glass. And just like a diamond, the bottle does not have a specific base, but may be placed on any facet. With a plain but architectural feel, it bears a softly gilded metal cap. Sensual, feminine and curved, it sits comfortably in the hand, sprays easily and is quite simply an irresistible precious object.

The scent

Vibrant and sensual, Lady Million is fresh, floral and woody, like a nectar of voluptuous flowers, trailing delicately but still very present. The very seductive sparkle of bitter orange with a touch of raspberry reveals the first breath. A burst of neroli follows, smooth and bright. But then the lethal weapon of heady orange blossom slips out of its sheath. Its narcotic sweetness bewitches and grabs all attention. Then, joining with Arabian jasmine underlined by gardenia, the blend soars into something more carnal, yet ever subtle. Now the obsessive pulsing of patchouli enters the fray, pacifying the honey with an addictive and terribly tempting sweetness. Amber spreads to become all enveloping, wreathing round the beauty, following each movement and offering its most beautiful facets, like a play of light on a diamond.

The model

Dree Hemingway is the actress in the Lady Million advertisement, playing the femme fatale of today with great audacity. Displaying great strength of character and seduction, Lady Million’s encounter with 1 Million is a sultry one.

At the tender age of 22, the great grand-daughter of Ernest Hemingway has already made a name for herself on the international stage by becoming one of the key faces of contemporary fashion.

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  • I tested this in JLP today and it seems quite nice but reminds me of a few other florals.
    There is however definitely something about it probably the Neroli.

    Jayne x