Paco Rabanne - Olympea
A few months ago Paco Rabanne launched a new fragrance for women: Olympéa.
Olympéa is the equivalent of the male fragrance 'Invictus'.
Both the fragrances are inspired on the Greek history.
Olympéa is created with a vision of a Greek goddess.
Paco Rabanne created a modern version of this Greek goddess,
In the visuals of this fragrance we can see a young woman with a short white draped dress
(absolutely gorgeous visual if you ask me!)
On the packaging of this parfume we can see wings on the box.
The bottle is decorated with a laurel crown around it.
A laurel crown is the first thing that pops into my mind when I think of the Greek history so Paco Rabanne did a great job on this bottle in my eyes!
Now let's talk about the fragrance itself.
I think the scent is a sweet but also sensual scent.
I like it because I am really into sweet fragrances.
Some people say the smell is similar to Lady Million.
I think Olympéa is more floral and more fresh than Lady Million.
In the top notes of this scent we find green mandarin, water jasmin and ginger lily.
in the heart notes we can find salt and vanilla, also called salted vanilla (what a shock! :D )
In the base notes we spot some sandalwood, cashmere (which makes the scent so sensual) and ambergris.
This scent is an eau de parfum,
which means the scent is a strong one (eau de toilette is more subtle),
but it also lasts longer that an eau de toilette (it stayed for 11 hours on my skin!)
The fragrance is available in 30ml, 50ml and 80ml.
I like this fragrance a lot, but as I said: I always like sweet fragrances.
What do you think of this new fragrance, Olympéa?
Does it remind you of Lady Million?
Let's create some more art together!