Lanvin channels Italian aromas with 'A Girl in Capri' fragrance
Jun 19, 2019
Just in time for summer, Lanvin presents 'A Girl in Capri', a fresh and light new Eau de Toilette inspired by the natural beauty, colors and odors of the famous Italian island in the Bay of Naples.
From the blue sea and lush green vegetation to fuchsia bougainvillea blooms and whitewashed houses, Lanvin has drawn inspiration from the rich colors and natural beauty of the island of Capri, channeling a fresh, bright, light mood with its new women's fragrance, 'A Girl in Capri'.
Developed by perfumer Sophie Labbé, this Eau de Toilette opens with aromatic notes of Primofiore lemon essence, bergamot and red berries, revealing a heart of white flowers of grapefruit and a salty, sea breeze accord. The base brings notes of driftwood and white musk, giving the scent a delicate touch.
Evoking golden rays of sunshine, the fragrance bottle stands out with its round shape -- with no harsh edges -- and sunny yellow shade. The white lid with gold detailing contrasts with the bright lettering of the fragrance name.
'A Girl in Capri' is out now via official Lanvin fragrance stockists. The Eau de Toilette is available in three formats: 30ml (€35), 50ml (€49) and 90ml (€69).
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