Agent Provocateur, known for it’s sexy, unapologetic and empowering lingerie, was established in Britain in 1994. The brand boasts a broad range of nightwear, swimwear, of course lingerie and a collection of fabulous fragrances….
Their latest fragrance, Pure Aphrodisiaque, is inspired by their “sparkly” range of fine lingerie and described as “a captivating fragrance inspired by women’s warm sensuality”
This light and floral fragrance is fresh and fruity and with notes of amber, Mandarin anjou pear and rum, with sweet tones of wild orchid, tuberose and Indian Sambac Jasmine.
The bottle is aptly a curvaceous metallic pink which resembles the sensuality and femininity of a woman and is beautifully packaged in a velvety pink box.
With fresh and fruity notes of amber, Mandarin anjou pear and rum, Pure Aphrodisiaque has an elegance about it. Sweet tones of wild orchid, tuberose and Indian Sambac Jasmine gives it its floral resemblance and reminds me of Spring.
The bottle is aptly a curvaceous metallic pink which resembles the sensuality and femininity of a woman and is effortlessly packaged in a luxurious velvety pink box with metallic accents.
Who wears Pure Aphrodisiaque?
Agent Provocateur, the brand is about Provocation, empowerment and edge.
Pure Aphrodisiaque is for the romantic women, there is an innocence with a slight edge to her. It’s sweet with an elegant intensity about it.
Though light, this fragrance lasts on the skin all day and is one scent that I don’t get tired of. I absolutely love this perfume as it has all the tones I am generally drawn to when choosing a fragrance.
If fresh, floral scents are your thing, I would highly recommend trying this fragrance, however you you prefer something stronger and more musky, Pure Aphrodisiaque has a dark sister called Aphrodisiaque.
Name of Scent: Pure Aphrodisiaque
Fragrance House: Agent Provocateur
Type of Scent: Eau De Parfum
Scent Family: Floral and Fruity with a musky background.
Retail Price: +- R1345 for 80ml. Also available in 40ml.
Stockists: Zando, Takealot
Images: Kirsten Murphy Rossiter