Arrived on the market in 2000, Versace Woman is a floral woody musk fragrance developed by perfumer Christine Nagel. The scent embodies the sensual and provocative image of a woman, as viewed by Versace, a representation portrayed excellently in the video advertisement, which features a model wearing a fine chiffon dress, from the Atelier collection of the famous house. On another level the perfume could be an ideal marriage between the tradition in fashion of Versace and fragrances.
I’ve discovered Versace Woman after my wife received as a sample in a perfumery store. After a while, I found out that the perfume has been discontinued (why?), but with some luck, you are still able to find it in a couple on online perfumery stores.
The structure of Versace Woman opens begins on a powerful floral accord, built with frangipani, jasmine, wild rose and bergamot tree. Then, in the mid development, the composition is balanced by a blend of lotus blossom, plu, raspberry and Lebanese blue cedar. The dry down, intense and invigorating encompasses musk, grey amber and exquisite Inoki wood.
The bottle of Versace Woman has an elegant and shiny shape and is made of transparent glass. At the bottle’s neck, there’s a ring of amethyst crystals. The packaging box is excessively shining, adorned with corresponding shades for creating a complementary effect. In my opinion the bottle in which Versace Woman was presented and the packaging are making injustice to the liquid, which is the type of well-behaved scent. The short film produced for this occasion shows a provocative woman, in an image that captures exactly the essence of this perfume: sensuality combined with elegance.
Versace Woman Perfume Details
- Versace Woman is available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum Spray; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2000
- Perfumer: Christine Nagel
- Recommended Wear: Day and Evening
- Dress Code: Casual
Versace Woman Advertisement