Fashionable florals: Paco Rabanne unveils Olympéa Blossom

Fashionable florals: Paco Rabanne unveils Olympéa Blossom

Paco Rabanne (Puig) enriched its Olympéa fragrance franchise earlier this year with the launch of Olympéa Blossom. The line’s distinctive rounded flacon with metallized laurel decoration is this time adorned with graphic prints inspired by Paco Rabanne’s fashion designs.

Olympéa Blossom, a chypre floral EdP, the latest addition to Paco Rabanne’s women’s fragrance line Olympéa, comes in a rounded flacon (Pochet du Courval) with gold metallized laurels (Solev). Pad printed with a graphic floral pattern in a deep black, the bottle is topped with a black Surlyn domed cap with gold PP accents (Qualipac, Albéa).

The flacon’s flowers are echoed on the pale pink box that sports the brand name in gold.

Created by Fanny Bal and Bruno Jovanovic (IFF), the EdP contains notes of pink pepper rose, blackcurrant sorbet, vanilla and cashmere wood.

The fragrance retails at €59 for 30ml and €85 for 50ml.

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Bottle/Bottle decorationPochet du Courval

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MetallizationSolev

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CapQualipac (80ml), Albéa (50ml)

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PerfumersFanny Bal, Bruno Jovanovic (IFF)

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