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For the beach blanket babes. For the slushy drinks with little umbrellas. For the way the midday light sparkles off the waves like fireworks. Here, mouthwatering coconutiness and the sweet, musky warmth of tropical florals hinting toward fruit greet those perpetually in that state of mind. And while you may think you’ve smelled every sun-soaked scent yet to be sniffed, this one has a little trick up its sleeve. Can you pick up on the shyly naughty, dewy skin scent that makes the “lust” part oh so fitting? Spray it on skin, and the florals not only bloom, they leave a hint of balmy, sweat-dewed skin, just enough for the “lust” in the title to need a capital L. Hot girl summer just got a little more uptown.
Notes include coconut, ylang-ylang, orange blossom, monoi, gardenia, and vanilla.
- Initiated into the world of fashion by his great grandmother Nina and to perfumery by his grandfather Robert, creator of the famous perfume L’air du Temps, Romano Ricci has been surrounded by fashion and creation since childhood. Ricci decided to marry his family’s heritage with his own modern vision of perfumery. After a four-year apprenticeship in perfumery, he persuaded Francis Kurkdjian, master perfumer, to work with him in creating Juliette Has A Gun. The brand envisions a Shakespeare's Juliette as a modern woman who uses perfume as a weapon of seduction.