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Givenchy Gentleman Society Eau de Parfum 60ml

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Givenchy Gentleman Society Eau de Parfum 60ml - Imperfect Box

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Redefine the meaning of modern masculinity with the Givenchy Gentleman Society Eau de Parfum, a multifaceted fragrance that contrasts floral notes with an enigmatic woody accord for a bold olfactory statement. 

Fresh top notes of sage combine with the florality of wild narcissus absolute, harvested in the heart of France. This is contrasted with the mysterious intensity of a vetiver quartet, harvested in Madagascar and Uruguay. Sandalwood, cedarwood and vanilla add warmth and create the addictive base of this men's aftershave, leaving a memorable trail behind. 

Inspired by the couture designs of the House, Gentleman Society revisits the iconic bottle of Givenchy men’s fragrances for an edgy yet distinguished look. Like a crest, a reinterpreted 4G monogram in gleaming silver metal emblazons the black lacquered finish. The bottle is made from 15% post-consumer recycled glass. 

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