Gucci says: "An imaginary garden redolent of flowers and plants in diverse types and colours, the original Gucci Bloom scent dreamt up by Alessandro Michele and created by master perfumer Alberto Morillas is the foundation of Gucci Bloom Ambrosia di Fiori."
Grazia says: If the '90s was a scent, it would be Gucci Bloom Ambrosio di Fiori. The olfactory blast from the past has been updated with Velvety Orris, the root of Iris, Damascena Rose, harvested in the early morning to capture its fragrance at its most intense - who knew? - Jasmine Bud extract, Tuberose, and Rangoon Creeper.
The result? A new yet deliberately nostalgic scent that revisits iconic fragrances we all knew and loved, providing a sensorial security blanket in uncertain economic times.
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