Liquid Metal Summer by Paco Rabanne Cologne.
While this fragrance’s container might seem angular and stark, the contents offer a warm, one-of-a-kind experience that pairs perfectly with any summertime wardrobe. Liquid Metal Summer, a 2004 creation by Paco Rabanne, offers men everywhere a hot way to approach the summer months. The top notes include mandarin orange and sharp mine. Coriander makes up the main middle note, which is in turn blended with smooth, sumptuous base notes of amber and
Paco Rabanne founded his design in 1966, after fleeing Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The move took him to Paris, the fashion capital of the world, where he quickly began learning the trade, first starting with jewelry and later transitioning to clothing. The brand’s defining factor was its tendency to use non-traditional materials, branching away from cottons and silks to use metal and even paper in its designs. The company’s first scent was introduced in 1969, and was set apart by its unique container, a tradition that’s been continued with subsequent launches.
He presented his first fragrance, Calandre, in 1969. Meant for an active woman, it’s a cypress-heavy perfume that was considered revolutionary for its time. In 1973, he introduced his first men’s fragrance, Paco Rabanne pour homme, which was the first aromatic scent on the market. XS Pour Elle was introduced much later in 1995 as a soft floral, followed by his first unisex fragrance, Paco, in 1996, which was presented in a recyclable metal...
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