June 7th, 2008 | Cheryl
Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Newest Fragrance: Ma Dame
With the amount out there, it’s easy for fragrances to get lost in the myriad. However, one name has always seared itself into the memory of anyone who has ever caught a glimpse of his distinctive perfume designs, Jean-Paul Gaultier.
As a little girl, I remember being in a cosmetics shop waiting for my mother, when I was inextricably drawn to a bottle of perfume shaped like the bust of a woman. It was hard not to notice amongst the other uninspiring rectangular bottles. I handled the frosted glass carefully, and smelled the sweet floral scent. I had no idea who made it or even what it was called, but I never forgot that eye-catching shape or how pleasantly wonderful the fragrance was.
That perfume was Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Classique, and along with its male counterpart, Le Mâle, continue to be the designer’s best sellers after almost 15 years on the market. Both are shining examples of fragrance longevity, and so it is with great anticipation that we see what Jean-Paul has conjured up for his forthcoming venture.
Coming in August, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s newest fragrance for women, Ma Dame, has been described as a fresh floral scent, with notes of rose, grenadine, cedar, and musk. Unlike its two predecessors, Ma Dame hopes to appeal to a younger market – the kind of girl who listens to her rock music loud and carries herself in a beautiful, almost androgynous manner. Not to distinguish itself too much, the signature “woman’s bust” will be embedded in the bottle.
Ma Dame will be available in 30, 50, and 100 ml sizes (eau de toilette) and in various body products.
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