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EROS is the Greek God of Love & son of the Goddess, Aphrodite.

The Medusa head, also from Ancient Greek myth, was adopted by the fashion house long ago. It adorns the turquoise flaçon & its gold top.

VERSACE EROS was created by perfumer, Aurelien Guichard & launched in 2012.

The campaign features Brian Shimansky, photographed by Mert & Marcus. Donatella Versace wanted to depict a ‘gladiator’ – fighting for what he wants, fighting for his goals.

 “This is a fragrance for a man who is his own master. He is a hero. A man who defends his ideas and goals.” – Donatella Versace.

Eros is the fragrance that interprets the sublime masculinity through a luminous aura with an intense, vibrant and glowing freshness obtained from the combination of mint leaves, Italian lemon zest and green apple. An addictive sensuality delivered by Oriental, intriguing and enveloping notes like Tonka Beans, Amber, Geranium Flower and Vanilla. A racy virility symbolized by woods such as Cedarwood from Atlas and Virginia, Vetiver and Oak Moss, providing intensity and power.

Top Notes: Mint Oil, Green Apple & Italian Lemon

Heart Notes: Tonka Bean, Ambroxan & Geranium

Base Notes: Cedar, Vetiver, Oakmoss & Vanilla

About Us

Founded in 1978 in Milan,Gianni Versace S.r.l is one of the leading international fashion design houses and a symbol of Italian luxury world-wide. It designs, manufactures, distributes and retails fashion and lifestyle products including haute couture, prèt-à-porter, accessories, jewellery, watches, eyewear, fragrances, and home furnishings all bearing the distinctive Medusa logo.

The Versace Group distributes its products through a world-wide D.O.S network which includes over 200 boutiques in the principal cities and over 1500 wholesalers worldwide.

Donatella Versace has been Artistic Director of Versace since 1997 and has steered the brand into the 21st century. Today, Versace represents its heritage through its strong and fearless designs, while addressing a new global audience which continues to strengthen Versace’s position in contemporary culture.