Eros Eau de Parfum embodies excess and provocation. A new chapter based on the depth of its woody accord (cedar, vetiver, patchouli), rekindled by the radiant, energetic light of the quintessentially Italian lemon and mandarin pairing and enlivened by a unique note of candied apple. Decadent vanilla dares to flirt with leather in the final note.
Top Notes: Italian Lemon and Mandarin, Mint Oil, Candied Apple
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Founded by Gianni Versace in 1978, Versace is an iconic Italian fashion house that is renowned worldwide for its garments, accessories, and designer perfumes. Fragrances from Versace, which are known for their incredible performance and high compliment factor, were composed by industry experts noses such as Alberto Morillas and Francis Kurkdjian.
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