Paco Rabanne launches Lady Million Eau de Toilette in spring 2012, a lighter, fresher and more relaxed version of the Lady Million fragrance from 2010. The new fragrance represents a fresh floral – woody bouquet.
The new Lady Million is portrayed by Dree Hemingway once again. “Extravagant and unfailingly dazzling, this femme fatale is just like a diamond, unique and yet many-sided, brilliant and faceted. Excessively, of course, and luminous like a shower of diamonds…”
The new composition, fresh and luminous, is signed by perfumer Anne Flipo of IFF. She introduced floral – green facets of lily of the valley (which dominates) and hyacinth to the composition, with neroli and gardenia keeping its original place.
“The Lady MILLION woman is brilliant, always caught up in seduction, gambling and competition. We find this strength, femininity and sensuality in the Eau de Toilette, but with a more luminous, fresher signature. Like a diamond, the Lady Million fragrance offers a multitude of facets, allowing you to experience it differently every time. We opted for green and floral notes such as lily of the valley, gardenia or even hyacinth; white flowers given a fresher approach to bring a distinctive illumination. Lily of the valley is essential. We chose it for its cheerfulness, crispness and energetic green side. The base remains the same: sensual, soft and sexy. The top and heart notes are exuberant while bringing a real luminosity, like a very enveloping breeze of freshness. We finish with the perfume’s incredibly sensual and vibrant sillage. We therefore find this addictive woody floral once again – with other feminine, playful, sensual and seductive facets – in the same vein as Lady Million Eau de Parfum”, described Anne Flipo.