The Yellow House presents the reinvented Jean Paul Gaultier’s perfumes
WILLEMSTAD - Jean Paul Gaultier reinvents his most popular fragrances Le Male and Classique, turning them into "Belle Parfumerie” creations with a new touch of sophistication.
Les Essences de Parfum include new compositions in Eau de Parfum concentration, offered in new bottles still in the shape of the male and female torso.
Le Male Essence de Parfum opens with a delicate note of cardamom, which along with citruses leads to the heart of lavender and leather, all the way to the base of precious woods and costus root.
The faceted bottle shows broader shoulders and more narrow hips than the original.
The creation is signed by perfumer Quentin Bisch.
Classique Essence de Parfum starts with a fresh spicy note of ginger.
The heart of Sambac jasmine and orange blossom is placed on a sultry base of precious woods, vanilla and chantilly cream.
The faceted glass bottle of the perfume features reduced breasts and more pronounced hips in comparison with the original.
The fragrance is created by Daphne Bugey.