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Agent Provocateur is an iconic fashion brand with a naughty-but-nice heritage in sexy lingerie dressing.
Now extended into designer fragrance, the brand begun by Vivienne Westwood's son Joe Corre and Serena Rees in 1994 in London truly understands the importance of scent in seduction.
After all, isn't layering your fragrance just another part in the dressing play? Your scent becomes another second skin, as your lingerie, your make-up, and your clothes do.
Now in 2012, Agent Provocateur has released Eau Provocateur in three colours with new fragrances: L'Agent, a fresh floral in black; Maitresse, a sensual floral in red, and a signature Eau de Parfum in pink with citrus on a myrrh base.
Below: The three colours of Eau Provocateur: black, pink and red.
Maitresse has Rose, Jasmin Sambac and Iris with light, green notes of Acacia, Granny Smith apples and a base of Amber, Sandalwood, and Tonka.
Signature Eau de Parfum has citrus notes teamed with red fruit at its top. At its heart lies fresh new florals such as Muguet and Orange Flower and base notes of Myrrh, Vanilla and Tonka Bean.
L’Agent is a fresh floral fragrance with citrus Bergamot, Leaf Accord (fresh cut green leaves), Mandarin, Apple, Melon and Peach. It has a heart of Rose, Jasmin, Tuberose, Magnolia, Freesia and Ylang. The base includes Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood and Amber Crystals.
Eau Provocateur, available in New Zealand from 30th April 2012, comes in a 50ml bottle with a satin ribbon on the top and retails for $89. It is exclusive to Farmers.
3 May 2012