Dior Poison Girl perfume

Dior Poison Girl perfume
Dior Poison Girl perfume

Poison Girl will soon join the great Dior family

Poison is an essential fragrance from the Dior brand. When it was released in 1985, the latter appeared to be particularly innovative and even revolutionary. It was an intense, spicy, and woody floral. Her scent was particularly sensual. Since then, many variations of its juice have emerged and this range of perfumes has a very special character. This is a legendary collection, each of its new releases is eagerly awaited. So get ready to welcome as it should be the latest addition to the house, simply named Poison Girl.

Poison Girl, the sequel to a real fashion phenomenon

When Dior imagined its Poison perfume in 1985, its ambition was to be sustainable and to make an impression. In order to achieve its goal, the house worked its essence with the greatest care. In this case, Poison is a fragrance that took three years of hard work and more than 800 tests. The result was up to the work provided and took us with him to a world where temptation was the key word. Poison was a perfume imagined for a femme fatale, both seducer and temptress. He was a magic filter that no one could resist. Also, almost every woman has at least once succumbed to its scent and its scent spread very quickly all over the world. The craze was such that some restaurants in the United States even posted a “No Poison” sign! However, it has been around for 30 years now and no one has yet found an antidote to combat their addiction. What is more, Dior likes to keep the flame alive and regularly publishes new variations of its flagship perfume. Also, it is in this continuity that 2016 will see the all new Poison Girl appear.

The new essence imagined by Dior

For this new variation of the Poison perfume, the iconic apple-shaped bottle will this time be adapted in a transparent glass with a pinkish tint, particularly girly. This time, Dior is targeting young lovers of the brand. It is made for modern, dynamic women who care about taking charge of their future. It is sparkling and makes you want to believe in your dreams, even the wildest. Also, all her femininity is reflected through her heart notes. Indeed, we instantly notice the presence of roses. Poison Girl is like a huge bouquet, so it’s impossible not to fall under its spell. It consists of May rose, a variety cultivated in the Grasse region and reserved for luxury perfumery, as well as Damascus rose. In parallel, it retains a real burst of dynamism and opens with very hesperidic notes in which one feels in particular the presence of bitter orange. Finally, it ends with warmer tones. Bourbon vanilla, with an oriental and exotic aspect, is combined with the velvety flavor of tonka bean, coming from Venezuela. The rendering of this perfume, imagined by François Demachy, is particularly refined. However, although based on noble ingredients, it is nonetheless spontaneous. He embodies youth under his most resplendent side. However, although based on noble ingredients, it is nonetheless spontaneous. He embodies youth under his most resplendent side. However, although based on noble ingredients, it is nonetheless spontaneous. He embodies youth under his most resplendent side.

Poison Girl, the new creation from Dior

There are essences that we no longer present as they have become legendary and timeless. Also, the perfume Poison de Dior, launched in 1985, is undoubtedly one of them. More than just an essence, it quickly became a real phenomenon when it was released. All women swore by him and he truly marked a whole generation. Her daring is unparalleled and is nothing compared to her sensuality. Also, lovers of this fragrance will be delighted to learn that a new variation of its scent will be presented in January 2016. The arrival of Poison Girl is imminent, so get ready for a real tidal wave olfactory.

Dior revisits its legendary perfume one after the other

The Poison perfume was created in 1985 from the hands of Édouard Fléchier. This bewitching scent was synonymous with dependence and seduction. It was the result of enormous work that required three years of research and more than 800 tests. Its success was instantaneous and unprecedented. Every woman released in his wake the scent of this perfume. In the United States, some restaurants even displayed “No Poison” … A waste of time because the followers of Poison have not budged for 30 years now and no antidote seems to have been invented yet. Also, in order to vary the pleasures, the Dior house created many variations. The most notorious are in particular Tendre Poison from 1994 with a very vegetal scent, Hypnotic Poison from 1998 more vanilla, Pur Poison from 2004 based on tender jasmine, or even Midnight Poison from 2007 whose tenacity is enhanced by patchouli. From now on, the house is therefore tackling a more girly and pop facet of its mythical essence. Poison Girl retains its sensuality while targeting a clientele of younger women who love life.

The scent of the new Poison Girl

Poison Girl Pub
Poison Girl Pub

Poison Girl starts off with a very invigorating scent of orange. This citrus note gives it a deep dynamism and immediately awakens the senses of anyone who crosses its path. Then, her scent continues and takes a particularly feminine path. There is a huge bouquet of flowers made up of May roses, grown in the Grasse region, as well as Damascus roses. The latter are a symbol of elegance par excellence and bring a particularly glamorous touch to this essence. Finally, the trail of Poison Girl becomes more enveloping. Vanilla brings its oriental and exotic touch, while tonka bean from Venezuela gives off a velvety aspect. As her muse, the very pretty French model Camille Crowe, points out, Poison Girl is a perfume designed based on noble ingredients but nevertheless retaining great spontaneity. In other words, he has all the cards in his hand to please the greatest number and his success is already foreseen.

Dior est incontestablement l’un des créateurs de parfums les plus prolifiques de sa génération. De plus, la brand semble même empreinte d’une certaine magie puisque chacune de ses créations se transforme instantanément en succès interplanétaire. Chaque nouvelle sortie de la maison est très attendue. Aussi, préparez-vous à accueillir un nouveau raz-de-marée olfactif. En effet, d’ici le mois de janvier 2016, Dior a prévu de lancer une nouvelle déclinaison de son célèbre parfum Poison, nommé pour l’occasion Poison Girl. Celui-ci se destine plus particulièrement aux jeunes amoureuses de la brand qui seront ravies de découvrir sa nouvelle pomme rose translucide.

Poison, un parfum incontournable

Le premier opus de Poison a vu le jour en 1985 des mains d’Édouard Fléchier. Ce dernier nous emmenait alors dans un monde de tentation, de séduction et d’émotion. Poison était présenté comme un élixir magique, enfermé au creux d’une pomme, symbole par excellence du fruit défendu. Ce parfum se destinait aux femmes fatales et devenait un atout clé de leur sensualité. Il fut le fruit d’un travail très abouti ayant nécessité 800 essais et trois années de recherche. Aucune femme ne résista alors à son charme et ce dernier se hissa très rapidement en tête des ventes. Il fut alors revisité de nombreuses fois. On se souvient, en l’occurrence, de l’aspect vert et floral du Tendre Poison de 1994, de la vanille capiteuse d’Hypnotic Poison de 1998, du jasmin délicat de Pur Poison de 2004, ou encore de la ténacité du patchouli de Midnight Poison de 2007. Aujourd’hui, c’est une version plus douce et florale qui nous est annoncée. Elle nous emmène dans son univers girly, à la fois pop et rebelle, et vise les jeunes femmes soucieuses de prendre leur vie en main jusqu’à l’atteinte de leurs rêves, même les plus fous.

La nouvelle création olfactive de Dior

Bien entendu, le nouveau Poison Girl conserve son écrin emblématique en forme de pomme. Celui-ci avait été imaginé par Véronique Monod et incarnait une dualité fascinante. À la fois tendre et élégant, il était également tentateur et provoquant. À l’occasion de la sortie de Poison Girl, ce dernier joue sur la transparence et se teinte d’une couleur rosée très féminine. Côté senteurs, on doit sa création au célèbre parfumeur François Demachy. L’envolée de Poison Girl se fait de manière très fraîche et dynamisante via l’orange amère. Puis, son cœur est un concentré de féminité. Il allie la rose de mai cultivée à Grasse à la rose de Damas. Le tout se clôt sur la douceur de la fève tonka du Venezuela couplée à une vanille orientale. Poison Girl sera alors incarné par Camille Rowe, une jolie blonde déjà présente dans la publicité Dior Homme et donnant la réplique à Robert Pattinson. Bien qu’elle soit trop jeune pour avoir connu le phénomène Poison, elle s’est dite ravie d’avoir été choisie pour incarner cette fragrance. En effet, le fait de représenter une maison aussi prestigieuse que Dior est déjà, pour elle, extraordinaire. Qui plus est, Poison Girl est un parfum qu’elle apprécie tout particulièrement. Elle aime sa sensualité très affirmée, ses matières premières nobles et sa personnalité spontanée. Alors, encore un peu de patience, vous pourrez bientôt, vous aussi, goûter à la déclinaison la plus pop du célèbre Poison.

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