Flora by Gucci Perfume. Introduced in 2009, Flora is firmly rooted in the gardens, as its name suggests. Gucci Flora is a subtle, sophisticated, floral fragrance inspired by princesses from the past, present, and future. Frida Giannini, Gucci’s creative director, explains Gucci’s new Flora fragrance as "Flora is lighter, the floral scent of course evokes a younger consumer, and she has a hedonistic, daring side. I don’t want to say that Flora is the daughter of Gucci by Gucci but maybe the... Read More... Read More younger sister." Flora by Gucci is a citrusy accent of mandarin brings out all the allure of fresh peony and piquant pink pepper, while nectarous pear and sturdy sandalwood with vetiver provide a mossy backdrop which makes it persist and gain in refinement. Flora is encased in a solid bottle, cut like a retro paper-weight from times when correspondence was more intimate than texting, Gucci has s aimed this scent at a woman who are youthful, ever romantic and delightfully bohemian.
Impressed with the luxurious luggage of guests at the exclusive hotels in London and Paris where Guccio Gucci worked at the end of the 19th century, he set up shop upon his return to Florence to produce and sell the type of fine leather goods he saw during his time abroad. The offerings of the early Gucci store were simple and only included leather items such as luggage, accessories, handbags and shoes.
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