Valentino Uomo Eau de Toilette for Men

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Valentino Uomo Eau de Toilette for Men
Valentino Uomo Eau de Toilette for Men
Recommended retail price
£76.90

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100 ml
£48.50

Code: VAL0104 | In stock
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Thursday 04/03/2021
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Thursday 04/03/2021

Fragrance description Valentino Uomo
Ingredients

What does masculinity smell like? Exactly like the Valentino Uomo Eau de Toilette for men. The fragrance composition will transport you to Venice as if someone had waved a magic wand! You’ll love the leather fragrance, and so will the women you meet.

  • a leather fragrance
  • for men who follow their dreams
  • suitable for wear mainly in autumn and winter

Composition of the fragrance
This sensual play of fragrances opens with juicy citrus notes of bergamot. The middle notes have an incredibly intriguing mixture of accords of aromatic roasted coffee beans, sweet chocolate and delicate hazelnut. The base notes are full of notes of warming cedar and captivating leather. In short, it’s perfect harmony.

Story of the fragrance
The fragrance was launched in 2014, and since then has found fans in many thousands of men worldwide. The successful perfumer Olivier Polge is responsible for the fragrance composition. The great-looking bottle, as with the Valentino Donna Acqua women’s perfume, makes reference with its pyramids to the metal studs adorning the famous shoes and handbags in the Rockstud collection.

Ingredients

Top 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.
Top notes
Bergamot
Middle 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.
Middle notes
Hazelnut, Chocolate, Roasted Coffee Beans
Base notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
Base notes
Leather, Cedar
Fragrance category
leather

About the brand Valentino

p>The globally renowned Valentino brand is named after its founder – the now legendary Valentino Garavani, who was born in Voghera, Italy, in 1932. This extremely talented man can boast winning the prestigious international design competition International Wool Secretariat while he was still a student. This earned him the chance to work in the French fashion house of Jean Desses with the famous Guy Laroche.
Valentino’s philosophy is quite simple. “I know what women want,” he once said. “They want to be beautiful.” In 1960, he opened a salon on Via Condotti in Rome and presented his first collection, which was a major success. It even attracted Elizabeth Taylor, who was filming in Italy at the time and became a lifelong admirer of Valentino’s work.
In the late 1980s, Valentino also began making luxury perfumes – first in collaboration with Procter and Gamble, and then with Puig. They are sensual, elegant, unconventional, romantic, and courageous. The bottles also deserve a special mention. For example, the Valentina Eau de Parfum bottle, with its black pearl and silver ring, can be considered a work of art in its own right.
To prepare the fragrances, Valentino worked, and still works, with leading perfumers such as Ilias Ermenidis, Francoise Caron, Alberto Morillas, Givaudan, Antoine Lie, and Cecile Matton. Valentino knows it is impossible to satisfy the most demanding customers of almost any age. Both young women and elderly gentlemen can choose from his extensive range.
For completeness, we should add that Valentino also makes shower gels, body lotions, shaving balms, lipsticks, and other cosmetics of the highest quality.
The Valentino brand is sure to appeal to anyone who believes that life should be enjoyed to the fullest, who does not do anything by halves and never settles for any less, who wants to emphasise their style perfectly, and is fond of exclusivity and social prestige.

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