Perfume Launch – Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose with Liv Tyler

Perfume Launch Feature

A rock n roll attitude is infused within this latest perfume launch from Givenchy. Very Irrésistible Electric Rose, orchestrated by Parfums Givenchy, walks a fine line between the heady world of high fashion and the wilder side of rock fuelled abandon. To celebrate the launch Liv Tyler, the fragrance’s muse, takes to the world stage and sings her heart out with her version of INXS’s Need You Tonight. See the video of Liv’s performance here.

 

Very Irrésistible Electric Rose has been blended with Liv Tyler’s rock n roll spirit in mind. At once radiant and rebellious this is a scent that walks Liv’s walk and talks her talk. Take in the heady aromas of blueberry punctured with lemon zest with a basil-verbena twist. Get ready for the burst of electric anise rose softened by a tender green violet – all downy and carnal. There’s a deeper tone too with sulphurous cedar wood backing up a vibrant finale starring the fizzy brightness of a musky pearl.

Very Irrésistible Electric Rose struts its stuff with a certain swagger and personifies Liv Tyler’s spirited take on life.

Perfume Launch Feature by Claire Lomax

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