Set against the burning desert heat and hostile terrain, Invictus and Olympéa venture into a new land alone and against them all. At their heels a wild convoy, looking for trouble. Hitting up the engine, Invictus accelerates, as joined by his Amazonian counterpart, and together they take the victory: Paco Rabanne introduces a new dynamic duo to its signature Invictus and Olympéa fragrances with the new Invictus Legend, and Olympéa Legend.
Set to be one of the summer's hottest fragrances, we take a closer look at each individual scent:
A fragrance created by Domitille Michalon-Bertier (IFF) in collaboration with Nicholas Beaulieu, this new variant of the original Invictus fragrance retains some of its key codes of virility and tension, bringing to the table a fresh sensuality with its signature ingredients comprising of laurel, grapefruit and guaiac wood. Invictus Legend is a balance of cool woodland and amber marine-wood, with notes of honey mead and spices, surrounded by a woody, spicy intensity.
The Olympéa Legend strikes a balance between freshness and sensuality. Notes of cozy and vibrant vanilla, crisp, fresh and green ginger flower wrap around an oriental fragrance with a luminous floral and salty note, echoing the desert vibes. Olympéa Legend takes a spin from its original formula with fresh, green notes of desert palm flower, becoming a deliciously wholesome fragrance, with the fruity accents of salty plum.
Both fragrances are available now.