A new chapter of the #ForeverGuilty story is revealed, introducing Gucci Guilty Cologne: a bold, masculine fragrance. Part of the history of Italian scent making, Cologne was first invented in 1690 by Jean Paul Feminis, a perfumer living in Milan who re-blended an original fragrance created by Florentine monks. Under Alessandro Michele's creative vision, master perfumer Alberto Morillas modernises the traditional Cologne freshness by playing with natural fragrances cleansed by the scent of Italian citruses.
Top notes: Bergamot provides luminosity and enhances the masculine essence of Rosemary and Juniper Berries
Heart notes: Spanish Cypress essence evokes Mediterranean authenticity with resinous tones, lifted by the floral notes of Heliotropine and Violet
Base notes: sensual and woody notes of Patchouli and Cedarwood merge with White Musk
With a retro inspired design, Gucci Guilty Cologne's bottle is crafted from transparent heavy glass. The cap has a light silver shade that reflects the green tinted fragrance.
Gucci Guilty Intenseretains almost the same notes of the original formula, only they are made more intense and powerful.
This intoxicating floral oriental fragrance contains "excessive" dose of pink pepper and lilac. It opens with notes of mandarin and pink pepper. Flowers of lilac, violet and heliotrope form the core of the compositions, laid at the base of patchouli and amber.
Gucci Guilty Intense Perfumeis available as 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum.