Gucci fragrance de Humbre (Cologne) is now available in stores.
It’s the scent that inspired the French actress Brigitte Bardot to start her career as a perfume designer in the 1960s.
The fragrance is a combination of lavender, sweet almond and a little bit of rosemary and orange.
The scent is also infused with rose, bergamot and vanilla.
Read more The scent is inspired by a scent Bardot would use on set during her famous performances.
It’s one of the most sought-after fragrance collections from the designer.
Bardot had a taste for perfumes and the fragrance she liked most was one made by Louis Vuitton, according to a 2009 interview with the magazine Cologne du Nord.
The perfumes of that time were made in a traditional style, with scents that blended together rose and lavender.
The name of the fragrance was “Les Cœurs d’Hombre.”
It was inspired by the Céline de l’Orléans collection.