Scandal at IDF
After putting men in skirts and giving Madonna her iconic cone bustier, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s fashion shows and creations still ooze that special whiff of scandal. It was thus logical that the celebrated fashion icon should call his latest scent inspired by Pigalle’s nightlife “Scandal”.
Once again, the eau de parfum stands out from classic perfumery productions in its falsely modest bottle and sensuous and confident trail, reflecting Jean-Paul Gaultier’s ideal woman. Like all the other fragrances of the brand, Scandal comes in an iconic tin, covered in pink velvet on this occasion. The glass bust is now gone, replaced by a simple flask topped with a lovely pair of legs, as though the lady had fallen into the perfume.
The tender pink fragrance in the feminine, rounded glass bottle associates gardenia with sweet honey, whiffs of blood orange and patchouli. The fresh and crispy scent is undeniably the secret to a summer long party.