- Eau de toilette spray (3.4 fl. oz.)
- Travel eau de toilette spray (7.4 ml.)
- Body lotion (3.4 fl. oz.)
Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue for Women
- Top notes: Sicilian cedar, apple, and bluebell
- Heart notes: bamboo, jasmine, and white rose
- Base notes: citron wood, amber, and musk
Inspired by Italian Summers
When perfumer Olivier Cresp designed this fragrance for Dolce & Gabbana, he drew inspiration from sunny days spent in the Mediterranean. The green, citrusy notes of bamboo and citron wood evoke the lapping surf, while bluebell and Sicilian cedar draw the scent back to the shoreline. Musk, jasmine, and rose add an element of summer-love sensuality.
Good to Know
- Fragrance for women
- Released in 2001
- Perfumer: Olivier Cresp
About Dolce & Gabbana
The names Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are synonymous with high fashion, though that was not always the case. In the 1980s, the young designers corralled anyone they could into loft spaces and even fast-food restaurants (with burger-shaped invitations no less) they’d transformed into makeshift show rooms. From the beginning, “the boys” played with juxtaposition, contrasting masculine versus feminine, virgin versus harlot in the same designs. In ‘85, the pair made their Milan Fashion Week debut as part of a young talent showcase and never looked back.
The international brand has made a name for itself by subverting fashion tropes. Corset dresses and leopard prints are transformed into sophisticated and wearable pieces. Perhaps most famously, the pair redefined women’s suiting with menswear-inspired shapes and tailoring. In addition to clothes, fragrances and other accessories perpetuate the brand’s baroque charm. Madonna, who recognized the pair early on and wore their designs for her 1993 Girlie Show tour commented “Their clothes are sexy with a sense of humor—like me.”
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