PLAY for her

PLAY for her

2010 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Woody Musk Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Base Notes : Sandalwood, White Musks
PLAY for her
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Description

Play for Her opens with notes of pink pepper, white peach and bergamot. In the heart, the fragrance goes floral, sweet and slightly green, in an alliance of magnolia (both blossom and leaf), Tahitian tiare flower, and amyris wood. The silky trail unveils a blend of sandalwood and musk. Perfumers: Emilie Coppermann & Lucas Sieuzac (Symrise), in collaboration with Françoise Donche.

At a glance

A trendy perfume signed Givenchy

History

After the success of their men’s scent Play, Givenchy presents Play for Her. The ‘Play Girl’ is a radiant, seductive woman, who is curious about life. She makes a dynamic duo with ‘Play Man’ making life more magical. The house of Givenchy revealed the ‘Play Girl’ – Canadian model Noot Seear – in the ad in which she joins pop star Justin Timberlake, the face of the men’s scent. The perfume also comes in a more oriental “intense” version in a purple bottle.

Range

Eau de Parfum 1, 1.7 and 2.5 oz.

Bottle

The cleverly designed pink bottle looks like an MP3 player. The silvery band wrapped around it has a rhinestone-studded effect. Design: Serge Mansau

  • No rate for this perfume 22 october 2017

    Existe t'il toujours ? Je ne le trouve plus en parfumerie... :-(

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  • Exceptional perfume 22 october 2017

    Je l'ai découvert en 2013 et directement adopté, je change toujours de parfum mais je sais que j'y reviendrais.

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  • Exceptional perfume 20 may 2015

    Glamurosa y elegante presentacion. Fresca combinacion de ingredientes. Adoraria probarlo!!

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  • Perfume appreciated 30 march 2015

    Floral, un poco dulce y sofisticado. Una fragancia distinguida, ideal para usar todo el año en ocasiones especiales

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  • Popular perfume 25 february 2013

    L’amyris est un ingrédient auquel les parfumeurs ne pensent pas forcément mais c’est un très joli bois. Toutefois, ce n’est pas un bois qui est très facile à sourcer. L’arbre pousse notamment en Haïti. Et il n’y a pas de vraie filière pour cette matière première, à l’inverse de la rose par exemple. L’odeur de l’amyris rappelle le santal. Mais c’est moins santalé que le santal : c’est plus sec, plus ‘copeaux de bois’, comme le cèdre. Cependant, c’est plus enrobé et crémeux que l’odeur du cèdre.

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    Nathalie Feisthauer est parfumeur senior. Elle a créé des fragrances pour de nombreuses marques (Hermès, Van Cleef, Comme des...