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Flora Gorgeous Gardenia perfume for Women by Gucci was introduced in 2012. Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia is classified as Floral Fruity fragrance. The bottle is a design by Giannini. World famous fashion design house of Gucci introduces a new selective collection of five new fragrances. The new fragrance collection named Flora Garden was inspired and brought to life by the houses well known creative director Frida Giannini. The story behind flora garden originates from the classic and legendary Gucci Scarf that was designed by Vittorio Accornero as a special commission for Princess Grace of Monaco. The scarf is blemished with different blossoms in magnificent colors and has become a timeless motif and known as the Gucci Scarf. The success of flora garden theme inspired the creation of many other Gucci prestigious collections from jewelry to handbags based on Flora Garden. Original Flora by Gucci aiming younger women first launched in 2009 after that followed a more intense version Flora Eau de Parfum in 2010 and last year's 2011 Flora Eau Fraiche with a softer tone. This year's Gucci's Flora Garden Fragrance Collection is based on the five most important blossoms from the legendary Gucci Scarf. This magnificent and colorful bouquet includes the following editions: Glorious Mandarin, Gracious Tuberose, Gorgeous Gardenia, Glamorous Magnolia and Generous Violet. Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia is a sparkling prelude of succulent red berries and juicy pear that gives way to an opulent floral heart. The plushness of gardenia petals is enhanced by the creamy warmth of frangipani flower, under-laid by the delectable aroma of patchouli and brown sugar. Face of Gucci's Flora Garden Collection advertising campaign is famous fashion model Abbey Lee Kershaw, shot by Solve Sundsbo one of fashion's most esteemed photographers. The whole Flora Garden collection is based on the idea of reflecting different perceptions of the same women through floral themes and most importantly each of the fragrances to be distinct from each other.
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