Light Blue Discover Vulcano cologne for Men by Dolce & Gabbana
|Design House||Dolce & Gabbana|
|Fragrance Gender||Men's Fragrance|
|Bottle Designer||Stefano Gabbana|
|Scent Classification||Woody Aromatic|
Light Blue Discover Vulcano Dolce & Gabbana - Description
Fragrance Light Blue Discover Vulcano cologne for Men by Dolce & Gabbana was introduced in 2014. Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Discover Vulcano is classified as Woody Aromatic fragrance. Scent notes of Light Blue Discover Vulcano Dolce & Gabbana include top notes of lemon, ginger, middle notes of lavender, cypress and base notes of cedar wood, vetiver. The bottle is a design by Stefano Gabbana.
Light Blue Discover Vulcano Dolce & Gabbana - Full Story
After Dolce&Gabbana’s Inspiration from the unique Mediterranean scenes of the coastal village of Portofino and the volcanic island of Stromboli, with the launch of Light Blue Dreaming in Portofino for women and Light Blue Living Stromboli for men this year Dolce and Gabbana takes us to new wonderful getaways and visits the Aeolian Islands, a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily, Panarea is the smallest of the Aelion islands while Vulcano the southernmost of the eight Aeolian Islands. For this summer Dolce and Gabbana introduces Light Blue Escape to Panarea perfume for women and Light Blue Discover Vulcano fragrance for men.
Light Blue Escape to Panarea: Panarea is the smallest and the most popular of the eight Aeoleon Island destinations owing its popularity to the Hotel Raya, which in the summer season lures in wealthy and fashionable travelers from around globe. The rooftop of the Hotel Raya is the spot to be for a cocktail with its breathtaking sea view while its disco keeps the island alive until the early morning hours... Sending the "Aeoleon mood" all around with leading notes of bergamot and pear, livening the heart with notes of night blooming jasmine and orange flower settled on a dry down of ambergris, tonka beans and warm musks.
Light Blue Discover Vulcano: Vulcano is the liveliest island that was the birth of the name to all volcanoes. This Aeoleon Island is popular for its mud baths and it's even now smoking main crater. The name of the island came from the Romans, and through the centuries, the term Volcano has come to be prevalent in most present day dialects. The Romans had made use of the island primarily for obtaining raw elements and for gathering timber. This was the most significant activity right until the Nineteenth Century. Today it has become a wonderful encounter with the force and elements of mother-nature where many come to visit and experience this wonderful masculine encounter. Delivering the "Aeoleon spirit" all over, with opening notes of Italian lemon and ginger, warming up in the heart with notes of cypress and lavender all naturally layered on a base of vetiver and cedar wood.
The new Light Blue fragrance collection by Dolce and Gabbana rolls out in the popular shaped bottle of the original Light Blue range and has transformed from the aqua blue color theme to a clear neutral earthy fashionable hue. The fragrances are available from major online stores with Light Blue Discover Vulcano in 2.5oz/75ml versions and Light Blue Escape to Panarea in 3.4oz/100ml editions both in Eau De Toilette concentration.
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