Agent Provocateur Maitresse Gold a shimmering unique Eau de Parfum, containing real Gold and moisturising agents. Leaves the skin feeling amazingly luminous, hydrated and moisturised with the finishing touch of luxurious golden glow.
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Fragrance by the designer house of Agent Provocateur
Top notes: White lotus, ylang-ylang, violet
Middle notes: Osmanthus, jasmine, rose
Base notes: Iris, amber, white suede
Agent Provocateur Maitresse was launched in 2007. Maitresse is a modern floral fragrance epitomising ultimate appeal. Maitresse has been created to stand aside from its sister scent and it is a seductive, intoxicating scent from the evocative lingerie design house, Agent Provocateur. Top notes are infused with white lotus petals, white ylang-ylang and violet leaves which leads to the floral heart of osmanthus, jasmine and rose. The final note is woody powdery with iris, amber, patchouli and white suede. Maitresse is an irresistible secret weapon. The bottle and packaging spell out pure indulgence and luxury. The bottle is a gold colour shape bomb with a red velvet ribbon tied around the neck to depict its luxury.
Agent Provocateur is a luxury lingerie line established in the UK in 1994 by Joseph Corre and Serena Rees. They introduced their vision of lingerie their aim was to create an availability of high quality designer lingerie with creative flair. Designer Agent Provocateur has six perfumes and the signature fragrance by the same name was launched in August 2000. Agent Provocateur fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Christian Provenzano and Azzi Glasser.
1 x Agent Provocateur Maitresse Gold Edition 50 ml eau de parfum spray
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