In 2016 Versace came with a new and totally different perfume: Dylan Blue Pour Homme, a masculine balsamic and fresh fragrance that quickly became very popular. Later Dylan Blue Pour Femme came out, a Floral-Fruity-Woody fragrance, different from the previous Versace releases for women, not only on the notes but also the stunning design of the bottle.
“Dylan Blue pour femme is my tribute to femininity. So I created a strong, sensuous yet refined fragrance for a woman who knows her own power.”
- Top Notes: Blackcurrant, Granny smith, Clover, Forget-me-not, Shisolia
- Heart Notes: Eglantine rose, Petalia, Rosyfolia, Peach, Jasmine
- Base Notes: Styrax, White smooth woods, Musk, Patchouli heart
A tribute to femininity. A strong, sensuous refined fragrance created for a woman who knows the power of her sensuality and mind. Versace Dylan Blue Pour Femme shows uniqueness, strength, sensuality and elegance.
A refreshing blackcurrant sorbet and granny smith apple combined with a contemporary floral bouquet and woody base notes playfully mix together to create a unique and captivating sensuous, vibrant movement.
The Versace pour femme Dylan Blue bottle is the expression of innovative design. Its elegant curves bring to mind an amphora, evoking Greek culture and mythology. The colour of the bottle and packaging is as intense as the Mediterranean Sea: strong, deep and mysterious. Gold details and the iconic Medusa – a bridge between past and present embellish its precious content.
- Type: EDP
- Size: 30ml, 50ml, 100ml
The first impact I had when I saw the bottle was “This is going to be way too strong” so glad I was wrong, the fragrance itself is long lasting but not overwhelming, is really easy to wear and is suitable for any season (summer/winter). For the ones who have a complicated skin that evaporates most of the perfumes, good news this ones manage to last very long, as I always advice go to a shop spray in on your wrist and let it settle down, don’t judge by the first impression, fragrances like this one needs their time to settle on the skin.