The New Gucci Guilty Pour Homme Brings Back Old School Charms
Gucci revives the traditional masculine scent of the 70s with the latest mystical and heady Gucci Guilty Pour Homme Eau de Parfum. Replacing the old top notes of pink pepper and Italian lemon with rose and chili pepper, the woody aromatic-spicy fragrance evokes the unexpected and an invigorating retro vibe.
The warm, tingly spiciness of the red pepper with bitter freshness is juxtaposed with the hint of vinegar and salt, triggering unexpected sensations. Orange blossom absolute, neroli and French lavender intensify the heart of the fragrance, giving it a more forceful masculine allure. From the base, patchouli and cedarwood accentuate the scent with profound aromatic depths.
Staring into Glen Luchford's camera are Jared Leto and Lana Del Rey in an Americana laundromat. Leto sits on the table comfortably, embracing the eccentricity of his character and environment with confidence and ease, mirroring the scent's nonconformist cool.
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Gucci Guilty Pour Homme Eau de Parfum is available in two sizes, 50ml and 90ml, at Gucci’s counter in leading department stores.
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