Paco Rabanne Olympéa Eau de Parfum for Women
- Fragrance description
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Fragrance description Paco Rabanne OlympéaIngredients
Take back what’s yours! Paco Rabanne Olympéa Eau de Parfum challenges all women to realise the power they possess. Don’t be afraid to become a goddess, a bewitching, inimitable icon. This perfume will shake the very ground beneath you, and the man of your dreams will soon fall at your feet.
- refreshing yet strong floral oriental fragrance
- designed for modern goddesses
- a perfect counterpart to Paco Rabanne Invictus for men
Composition of the fragrance
From the first sniff, you’ll become a witness to a passionate duel. The refreshing accords of green tangerine and water jasmine will fight for your attention with the astonishing sensuality of ginger blossom. The heart of the fragrance is built from the atypical but enchanting notes of “salty vanilla”. Finally, the sensuous drydown pairs cashmere wood with real amber.
Story of the fragrance
Athletic spirit, competitiveness, and triumph all meet in Paco Rabanne Olympéa, introduced in 2015. The design of the bottle references a laurel wreath which has been the symbol of fame and triumph for centuries. The bottle was designed by the artist Marc Ange from Rome.
- Top notesTop notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
- Green Mandarin, Jasmine, Ginger Flower
- Middle notesMiddle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
- Salt, Vanilla
- Base notesBase notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
- Cashmere Wood, Ambergris
- Fragrance category
- oriental, floral
About the brand Paco Rabanne
Paco Rabanne fragrances are built on the idea of luxury, quality and sophisticated extravagance. These aromatic compositions which come in uniquely distinctive bottles are just as unusual as the life and work of the designer who gave them his name.
Paco Rabanne is a pseudonym that made Francisco Rabaneda Cuervo famous. This Spanish designer grew up in France where he worked in several Parisian fashion houses before he founded his own brand in 1966. His eclectic designs from unusual materials then quickly started drawing attention and earned the brand global recognition.
The first Paco Rabanne perfume was introduced only 3 years later and has been since followed by dozens of fragrances for both women and men. The initial floral compositions were later joined by woody and spicy ingredients which provided the brand’s signature sex-appeal. Paco Rabanne 1 Million is a prime example of this quality and a true modern classic.