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Guilty Pour Homme by Gucci is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. Guilty Pour Homme was launched in 2011. The nose behind this fragrance is Jacques Huclier. Top notes are Lavender and Amalfi Lemon; middle note is African Orange flower; base notes are Virginia Cedar, Patchouli, and Vanilla.

For all of the gentlemen who love and choose Gucci, the woody aromatic Guilty Pour Homme is presented to the market in 2011 as an aromatic companion of popular female edition Gucci Guilty from 2010.

Guilty Pour Homme is carefully designed for men who know what they want and who get what they want. The charismatic alpha male, a true magnet for ladies, is represented in this provocative and seductive composition. The fragrance opens with lavender and lemon, leaving enough space for very appealing scents of orange blossom. Basic tones are supported by warm woody accords of cedar and patchouli, offering a firm but exciting and soft coloring to the whole composition.

The bottle is crafted of cold metal and heavy glass, making an impression of masculinity and luxury. Paired with the feminine edition, all splendid and golden, cabochon grey male bottle seems very elegant and alluring. The middle of the bottle is decorated with a metallic Gucci sign, transparent to reveal the fragrant fluid.

An aromatic fougère, the original GUCCI GUILTY POUR HOMME eau de toilette, debuted in 2011 as a partner to the 2010 release of GUCCI GUILTY POUR FEMME.

The fragrance opens with lavender & lemon, followed by an aphrodisiac orange flower on a base of Gucci’s trademark patchouli, enriched with cedar.

Described as being “for men who know what they want and who get what they want.”

The original campaign starred American actors Chris Evans (Captain America) and Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld), whilst the latest campaign features Oscar winner, Jared Leto.