Roberto Cavalli Acqua Eau de Toilette for Women (1.7 Fl. Oz.)
Roberto Cavalli is launching the turquoise successor to fragrance Roberto Cavalli Eau de Parfum from 2012, which arrives in a flacon of the same form as this year’s edition and it is characterized for its turquoise blue color of glass and outer carton. The new edition is inspired by exciting nights in the Mediterranean and is created by the perfumer who also signed the above mentioned Roberto Cavalli Eau de Parfum - Louise Turner.
Roberto Cavalli Acqua introduces a beautiful blend of feminine and very elegant jasmine and lemonish-citrusy lily of the valley resting on a fine layer if sensual musk. Turquoise blue flacon with a gold color stopper can be obtained as 50ml eau de toilette. An attractive neck of the bottle is highlighted with animal print which also decorates bottom part of the outer carton. Acqua arrives of the market in 2013.
- Aquatic floral fragrance for women
- Successor to Cavalli’s Acqua eau de parfum fragrance from 2012
- Inspired by the brisk, romantic milieu of a Mediterranean evening
- Sensual musk
- “It’s just the right mix of elegant and fresh, very sensual and simply fit for anyone wanting to feel more feminine.” - UniqaPoly
- Designed for women
- Design house: Roberto Cavalli
- Introduced in 2013
- Turquoise flacon with gold stopper
- 1.7 fl. oz. eau de toilette spray
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About Roberto Cavalli
Sandblasted jeans. An unusual name for an unusual item: jeans purposefully distressed to appear old, worn—loved. Roberto Cavalli’s stroke of genius in the early 1990s was to recognize that people wear their jeans year after year, breaking them in until they achieve the perfect fit. With that wear, jeans become faded along the body’s contours, a sign that they’re a part of you—or at least a part of your regular wardrobe. By sandblasting denim, Cavalli gave off-the-rack jeans the worn-in look that otherwise takes years to cultivate, and a long-standing fashion trend was born.
Sandblasting—though now considered controversial by some—is still popular, yet there was no doubt Cavalli would be an innovator in the fashion industry when he first appeared on the scene in the 1970s. He made his name with wild prints and oft-overlooked patterns such as intarsia and brocade, mixing in materials like leather and denim in unexpected places. Today, Roberto Cavalli’s many lines, which include fragrances, couture, and clothing for men, women, and children, continue to attract those drawn to his playful, slightly surreal style.
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