Live Irresistible by Givenchy Eau de Toilette 2.5 oz

Live Irresistible by Givenchy Eau de Parfum 1.3 oz Unboxed

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Live Irresistible by Givenchy Eau de Parfum 1.3 oz Unboxed

The refreshing sweetness of a crisp pear blends with the vivacity of a juicy raspberry. The tangy freshness of these fruitsinstantly puts a smile on her face. She sees the world through rose-tinted glasses thanks to the airy petals of rose.Allspice berries ignite sensual musks and woody notes in an explosive finale. The couture inspired bottle is fresh andeffervescent, adorned with light pink studs and a bright pink label that remind you to Live Irresistible.

Live Irresistible by Givenchy Eau de Parfum 1.3 oz Unboxed

The refreshing sweetness of a crisp pear blends with the vivacity of a juicy raspberry. The tangy freshness of these fruitsinstantly puts a smile on her face. She sees the world through rose-tinted glasses thanks to the airy petals of rose.Allspice berries ignite sensual musks and woody notes in an explosive finale. The couture inspired bottle is fresh andeffervescent, adorned with light pink studs and a bright pink label that remind you to Live Irresistible.

About the Brand Givenchy

In 1952, Hubert de Givenchy founded his own luxury house and launched a new collection Les Séparables with some floaty skirts and puffy blouses made from raw cotton.
Givenchy achieved critical acclaim with Vogue magazine praising his "wonderful first collection"14. The collection included the Bettina Blouse a white shirt named in honour of Bettina Graziani, which was then immortablized by one of Gruau’s paintings.
The New York Times magazine published an article entitled "A Star Is Born" and l’Album du Figaro also wrote a feature stating that "In one night, Hubert de Givenchy became one of fashion’s most famous children with his first collection."
Famous models such as- Suzy Parker, Ivy Nicholson, and Dorian Leigh became muses of the house.
In terms of innovation, he used ‘shirting’, a raw cotton similar to pattern paper, to create his chic and casual collections.
In 1954, Hubert de Givenchy presented the first shirt dress (which later evolved in to a sack dress in 1957). He was the first high fashion designer to create a luxury ready-to-wear clothing line, called "Givenchy Université", which was produced in Paris using machinery imported from the United States. Before he was able to sign for this new collection, Hubert de Givenchy bought all the shares of his fashion house back from Louis Fontaine.

Reviews

Parfum incroyable. coup de foudre ... super durable.