DOLCE & GABBANA LIGHT BLUE EAU INTENSE 100ml
A reinvention of one of DOLCE & GABBANA’S most popular fragrances, LIGHT BLUE.
The tall, rectangular flaçon has been redesigned with elegant, feminine lines and a more sophisticated cap.
Like its predecessor, LIGHT BLUE EAU INTENSE opens with citrus & apple, giving way to a floral heart resting on a luxurious animalistic, woody base.
Sixteen years after the launch of Light Blue, master perfumer Olivier Cresp writes a new chapter of the Light Blue saga with Light Blue Eau Intense pour Femme. The fragrance opens with a sharp, addictive duo of scents: luminous lemon and crisp Granny Smith apple. With its fruity and floral facets, elegant marigold blends this accord into the heart notes—a wave of glowing, heady jasmine petals. The signature trail of lustrous amber woods and precious musk melts into sunkissed skin and unfurls into a vibrant, sensuously scented wake.
What else you need to know:
Streamlined and modern, the design of the new flacon fragrance reflects the scent’s heightened intensity. Inside the cool frosted-glass bottle, it takes on the evocative, light blue shade of the Mediterranean Sea.
Top Notes: Italian Lemon & Granny Smith Apple
Heart Notes: Jasmine & Marigold
Base Notes: Amber Woods & Musk
Now an Eau de Parfum with more intensity & longevity than the original.
Nobody does opulent romance quite like Dolce & Gabbana. The iconic design duo has harnessed the power of Italian glamour, creating buy-now and love-forever pieces for more than three decades. Playful prints, elegant embellishments and feminine florals adorn covetable ready-to-wear pieces and accessories alike, catering to our maximalist tendencies season after season.
We offer NZ’s best prices for a discerning market. Enjoy prices that are a cut above bargain basement and well below department stores. Our fragrances are the genuine article, but it is the integrity or quality of the perfume that matters. There are many reasons why perfumes spoil, often well before they are purchased by the consumer. Heat is the biggest culprit (that we term baked, like wine).
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