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Elie Saab Parfums: Girl Of Now

Elie Saab fashion show, in Paris, with its precious fabrics and magnetic silhouettes, the collection glides across the runway as a spellbound crowd looks on.  In the front row or on the catwalk, people have eyes for her only.  Her luminous aura captures the attention.  Her boundless energy electrifies the room. Her radiant smile brings time to a halt, Girl of Now.

Cameras flash, to capture her perfect look; definitely trendy, and yet so personal, she boldly grabs her girlfriends for some fun in front of the camera- one last selfie to immortalize this special moment and she’s already off, leaving her mysterious trail. Where is she going? The city is hers, life is hers.

Her luminous aura captures the attention. Her boundless energy electrifies the room, Girl of Now.

The Girl of Now elusive fragrance is an utterly unique elixir that exudes all the facets of almond. It was a challenge worthy of Sophie Labbé and Dominque Ropion, two prodigious IFF perfumers who expressly concocted an absolutely addictive almond imprint steeped in Elie Saab’s olfactory signature- an irresistible Orange Blossom Patchouli accord.

Like the embroideries adorning the designers’ finest creations, Pear and Mandarin bring sparkle. Fresh-roasted Pistachio, inspired by Lebanon, reinforces the fragrant aroma of bitter almond. But the ultimate innovation of this scent is a flower created exclusively for Girl of Now- the Ormond Flower. Fine-cut like a dress, it gradually unveils its precious and gourmand facets thanks to an exclusive co-distillate, Orange Blossom Absolute and bitter Almond Essence. Added to a bouquet of White Jasmine and Magnolia blossoms, the new flower has a boosting effect that amplifies the fragrances’ radiance, joy and femininity.

Caressing Cashmeran, enchanting Tonka Bean and creamy Almond Milk make a rich, luxurious and warm base, while Patchouli prolongs the mysterious scent that lingers on the skin.

Girl of Now unique ingredients amplifies the fragrances’ radiance, joy and femininity.